I want to watch my iTunes TV shows on my large TV set. However, the TV shows purchased from iTunes store have DRM copy-protection. So how can I remove the protection and burn them to DVD discs to watch on my TV set with my DVD player?
- A DVD disc has a capacity of 4.3G, so your converted TV shows should be less than 4.3G in total. If it's more than 4.3G, you should separate them to two or more parts and less than 4.3G for each part.
- If you want to use the full version of Tunebite, you have to pay for it to get your register code.
- If you don't register WinAVI Video Converter software, it will add a watermark over your video when you convert your video. So you can buy it or use other convert softwares to convert your video to DVD files.
I have downloaded some TV shows in my hard disk, but I want to watch them on my TV with my DVD player. How can I burn these TV shows to DVD discs?
You have a large collection of music in your iTunes library and want to burn part of your iTunes music to DVD disc in order to backup or share with your friends. You can easily '''create DVD in iTunes''' for your library.
I want to enjoy my iTunes movies on my large TV set. However, the movies purchased from iTunes store have DRM copy-protection. So how can I remove the protection and burn them to DVD discs to enjoy on my TV set?
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