December 5, 2011 in Multimedia (F)
[prMac.com] Shenzhen, China - Remove-DRM Studio announces when purchasing or renting iTunes videos, you may share them to your email or to your friends by uploading them to Youtube.com or any other streaming media website. However, prior to do this job, you might face one problem is that the iTunes videos is copy-protected, so these video files are not allowed you play on any other Non-Apple players or devices.
To fix this issue, this article is on the purpose of assisting users to remove this kind of DRM protections from iTunes M4V files legally, then you are able to convert m4v to flv and to share with your family and friends on YouTube. You can go to Step-by-Step to convert iTunes M4V Videos to Flash to see How to convert M4V to Flash for YouTube.
M4V Converter for Mac can record purchased and rented iTunes M4V movies and TV shows while playing them on iTunes background. It records videos in very high speed as well as converts M4V videos files to MOV, MP4, FLV, AVI, MEPG1/2, 3GP, etc formats with lossless quality.
Guides on How to Convert iTunes M4V to FLV on Mac OS:
* Download Mac M4V Converter; then launch it
* Load M4V video you purchased or rented from iTunes; then click "Add" button to load M4V file
* Choose "Flash Video" from output format
* Click "Convert" button to convert m4v to flash videos on Mac OS
What is FLV Format:
FLV files can be exported from QuickTime Pro or any other applications that can export to the QuickTime file format. FLV is an open format that is supported by non-Adobe/Macromedia programs.
* OS X 10.4 or later
* At least 512M physical RAM
* 1G Hz Intel or PowerPC processor, or above
* 1024*768 resolution display or higher
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