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Add iTunes Library to Windows Media Player

Post by Admin on Sat Oct 15, 2016 10:32 am

Although iTunes and Windows Media Player are the products of two competing software companies, you can export your music library from iTunes to Windows Media Player if you understand how both programs catalog music. While both Windows Media Player and iTunes have the capability to play numerous types of audio formats, iTunes saves music downloaded from the iTunes Store, imported from CDs and otherwise added to iTunes as AAC files, which is a format that is incompatible with Windows Media Player. You can convert AAC files to the MP3 format in iTunes prior to exporting your library, although some music purchased through the iTunes stores is protected by FairPlay, Apple's Digital Rights Management (DRM) software, preventing these files from being opened by another player or converted into another format. This is why we can't transfer downloaded video or songs files from iTunes to Windows Media Player directly.

In order to transfer iTunes to Windows Media Player we need remove DRM protection from those songs and convert to Windows Media Player supported media formats such as WMV/MP4/AVI:
- WMV - Windows Media Video, it's a official video container formats for WMP.
- MP4 - MPEG-4 video, the most universal video format compatible with any devices and media players.
- AVI - Audio Video Interleave, introduced by Microsoft, supported well by WMP.

Here I would recommend DRM Media Converter [] which combines both DRM Removal and Media Converter. With the advanced built-in DRM remove technology, it is able to remove DRM protection and convert iTunes videos to unprotected common or HD videos and allows you play the conVerted video files on Windows Media Player or other devices, like Xbox One, Xbox 360, WD TV, Plex, Roku 3, PS4, PS3, Chromecast, Kodi, Panasonic TV, Sony TV, Samsung TV, LG TV as well as all Tablets and Smartphones, any smart TVs, game consoles, HD media players, media servers and other portable devices. It also means you can keep rentals forever easily!

See also: 2015 Best DRM Media Converter Review:

Below is the step-by-step guide on remove iTunes DRM protection legally and convert iTunes videos to Windows Media supported video/audio file.

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Step 1. Launch DRM Converter, load you music files by hitting "Add..." button, You could add one file or a bunch of files. Or you can add files by drag-and-drop.

Step 2. Preview picked files on preview area simply clicking on Play button. You have a number of choices for output file formats from "Audio files to" "Video files to" . I would suggest you choose .MP3 for audio output, .WMV for video output. After that choose the output folder.

Step 3. Finally, just click "Start" button. This DRM Converter will get rid of DRM from iTunes music effectively.

That's it. With simple 3 steps, you get DRM-free iTunes movies and TV shows on your Windows Media Player now and your rentals have no time limitation!

Additional Tips:

1. You will be required to run iTunes and play the source M4V videos in a separated window before the conversion start. The detailed guide showed in the screenshot below:

2. This DRM Media Converter can also be an efficient Video Converter, it can convert both common and protected video and music when you have any video files that is not compatible with your portable devices.

3. For Mac users, you can buy Video Converter Ultimate for Mac, you can download a trial version firstly:



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