As we know, videos and music purchased from iTunes store are protected by Apple's DRM and can only play on Apple products. How if you want to share your iTunes videos and music with family and friends who owns a phone that with the Windows Phone 7 system, such as HTC Mozart, LG Quantum, Samsung Focus, etc.?
To play iTunes on Windows Phone 7, you will need to remove DRM protection from iTunes videos and music first and also convert M4V/M4P to Windows Phone 7 supported video/audio formats like WMV/MP3. To make the work simpler, you can just get an all-in-one DRM removal and video converter to help you convert DRM-ed iTunes music and videos for playing on Windows Phone 7.
DRM Media Converter is the best choice to strip DRM protection from iTunes and convert iTunes music and video to Windows Phone 7 with fast conversion speed and excellent output video and audio quality. Now get the tool and follow the steps below to transfer and play iTunes music and videos on Windows Phone 7 with ease.
After downloading, install and launch the DRM converter. The main interface of the software is as below. You can either drag and drop iTunes files to the source pane or click the "Add" button to select the import iTunes music and videos to the program.
Click "Video files to" and select "WMV" as the output format from "Common Video". You can also choose "Zune" from the output list "Microsoft Zune" as the output format. Files with this module are suitable for Zune Desktop and your Windows Phone 7. For audio files, select "MP3" from "Common Audio" as the output format.
After the conversion, you can click "Find Target" to located the converted DRM-free video and audio files for playing on Windows Phone 7. You can add them to WP7 via Zune Software for watching on the go.