If you have purchased lots of music from iTunes store and now want to transfer your iTunes library to Zune, you may be puzzled at how to transfer iTunes purchased music to Zune: Is Zune compatible with iTunes? Can I transfer iTunes music to zune software directly?
The answer is absolutely NO. iTunes purchased M4P music files are DRM protected and cannot play on non-Apple media players such as Zune/Zune HD, PSP, Creative Zen, Sony Walkman, Cell Phone, Blackberry Storm, etc. If you want to transfer iTunes music to Zune, you need to convert iTunes protected M4P files to DRM-free MP3, and then use Zune Software to sync regular MP3 music to Zune/Zune HD.
Here DRM Media Converter is recommended to help you convert DRM-ed iTunes music for playing on Zune. It can fast strip DRM protection from iTunes music files and convert them to MP3 with lossless quality. Besides music, it can also convert iTunes M4V video to all popular video formats like MP4, MOV, MKV, AVI, WMV, FLV, etc. Get the DRM converter now and follow the guide below to import iTunes music and videos to Zune.
Install and run DRM Media Converter and click "Add" to import iTunes files. You can also simply drag and drop media files to the source pane.
For audio files, you can choose "MP3" as output format and for video files, you can choose "WMV" as the output format for playing on Zune. When all is OK, click the "Start" button on the main interface to start removing iTunes DRM protection and convert iTunes M4P songs to Zune.
After you convert iTunes protected songs to unprotected mp3, you can add it to zune via Zune Software directly now. Just run Zune software, connect your Zune device to computer via USB cable, then the Zune software will detect your Zune player. Drag the converted MP3 to Zune software and click "Start to sync", then your Music files will be transferred to Zune/Zune HD.