As we know, purchased movies and music from iTunes store are usually locked by Apple's FairPlay DRM protection (Music bought after 2009 are DRM-free). Due to the DRM protection, these videos and music can't be played or edited in non-Apple products. Of course, Windows Movie Maker is no exception! How if you want to import iTunes music/video to Windows Movie Maker?
Fortunately, there is an easy way to make it possible to edit iTunes video/music in Windows Movie Maker - legally remove DRM protection from iTunes video and music files. To do this, you need the help of a third party DRM converter. DRM Media Converter is just the right one designed to strip DRM protection from iTunes purchased files and convert them to Windows Movie Maker supported formats. With it, you can achieve putting iTunes music and video to Windows Movie Maker in a few mouse clicks! Now download the program and follow the guide below.
After downloading, install the DRM Converter and launch it. Then click the "Add" button to load your target iTunes files. You can also directly drag and drop iTunes music and videos to the program.
For iTunes M4V video files, please click "Video files to" and choose "WMV" from "Common Video" as the output video format. For iTunes M4P songs, please click "Audio files to" and select "WMA" as the output format.
When all is OK, click "Start" on the primary windows to begin converting iTunes music and video for editing in Windows Movie Maker. When the conversion is done, you can click "Find Target" to locate the converted video/audio files quickly. After that, you can open Windows Movie Maker and add the files to it.