Many users want to burn DRM protected iTunes videos/movies/TV shows to DVD playable on home DVD player so that they can enjoy on widescreen TV. Here are questions they email me about this:
"How to burn iTunes videos to DVD?"
" Is it possible to burn the TV shows I download on the iTunes music store on to a DVD that I can watch on my DVD player? "
"Which program I can use to burn iTunes videos that I purchaseed from iTunes store to DVD and play by in the DVD player?"
"Can I burn iTunes videos to DVD?"
"Is there any way to convert iTunes music to DVD-compatible file, burn a DVD and just watch it on my DVD player?"
The answer is that you can not burn iTunes videos to DVD with the commen DVD burning software like Nero because Apple's DRM protection. But you can do this job with two steps:
(1) Remove DRM protection from iTunes videos music (M4V, M4P, MP4, WMA, MP3, AAC, etc) with a DRM Removal media converter.
(2) Then convert and burn the unprotected iTunes videos to DVD.
Note: If your iTunes videos are NOT protected, just directly convert and burn them to DVD with the DVD Creator.
Part 2. Convert unprotected iTunes videos to DVD:
- Download DVD Creator for Windows. Install and run it on your PC.
If you're using Mac OS, you burn iTunes videos to DVD on Mac with this DVD Creator for Mac.
- Add DRM removed iTunes videos(M4V, MP4, M4P, WMV) iTunes music(AAC, MP3, WMA), and iTunes TV shows.
Click "Load Video" or select "Add Video Files " under the "File" drop-down menu.
- Highlight the file and then you preview the video on the left pane of the interface.
- Edit iTunes videos and Menu before burning to DVD.
Just click "edit" button to crop, select effect, trim, add watermark and plug in subtitle.
- Customize your DVD menu.
There are different styles of built-in templates, frames and buttons for your choice. To apply a template, frame or button, you can just double click it. You can even add text, background music and background image to customize the menu.
- Burn iTunes videos to DVD. Click "Burn" button to come to the next window.
You can choose to burn iTunes videos to DVD disc directly or burn to DVD folder or ISO image files. Then set DVD lable and TV Standard according to your country.NTSC is 30 fps. It's used in USA, Canada and Japan. PAL is 25 fps and it's used in Europe and Asia.
Click "Start" to burn iTunes videos to DVD.
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