How to convert iTunes movies on Galaxy Note

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How to convert iTunes movies on Galaxy Note

Postby broster73 » Fri Jan 06, 2012 8:54 am

How to convert iTunes movies on Galaxy Note

Samsung’s new GT-N7000 Galaxy Note is the handset those dreams are made of — if you happen to share that dream about obnoxiously large smartphones, that is. It’s as thin as a Galaxy S II, lightning fast and its 5.3-inch HD Super AMOLED display is as gorgeous as it is enormous; the 1280 x 800 pixels you once could only get with a full-size laptop (or in the Galaxy Tab 10.1) can now slide comfortably into your front pocket, and make it a nice portable media player to play movies anywhere and anytime you like. If you have just got Galaxy Note, you must want to transfer your favorite videos to it for watching on the go.

But when it comes to play iTunes movies on Galaxy Note, something goes wrong, because video purchased from iTunes store are usually protected by Apple’s Fair Play DRM copyright protection and can only play on Apple products. Besides, iTunes purchased movies are usually in M4V format, which is not supported by Samsung Galaxy Note. So if we want to put and play iTunes movies on Galaxy Note, we need to remove iTunes movies DRM protection and convert M4V to MP4 for Galaxy Note.

How to convert iTunes M4V to MP4 movies for Samsung Galaxy Note.

Step 1: Download iTunes to Galaxy Note Converter and install it, if you are Mac user, you can download Mac M4V Video Converter. The Mac version support Mac OS X 10.5 above (including Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, Mac OS X 10.7 Lion) on iMac, MacBook, Mac Pro, etc.

iTunes to Galaxy Note Converter can remove DRM protection from video/audio files in WMA, WMV, M4V, M4B and M4P etc, and converts DRM protected video and audio files to compatible files with various portable devices such as iPod, iPhone, iPad, PSP, Blackberry, Android, Nokia, PS3, Windows mobile, etc.

Step 2: Choose the best video format for Samsung Galaxy Note. You can click “video file to” choose “MP4 Video(AVC)”

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Step 3: Click “Settings…” button to change Zoom as “full screen”, resolution “1280*720″ and Click “OK” to save the settings. When you choose this settings, you can watch 720P iTunes movies on Galaxy Note in full screen via high quality. If you want to watch 1080P iTunes movies on Galaxy Tab Note, you can change resolution “1920*1080″.

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Step 4: Click “Convert” to start revoming DRM protection from these digital Copy M4V video file. When the iTunes to Galaxy Note video conversion finished, you can transfer converted MP4 video to Galaxy Tab Note via Samsung Kies and watch iTunes movies on Galaxy Tab Note.

Source: How to put and play iTunes m4v movies to Samsung Galaxy Note

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Re: How to convert iTunes movies on Galaxy Note

Postby smjms6 » Wed Feb 01, 2012 6:51 am

How to transfer Purchased iTunes M4V Movies to Samsung Galaxy Note via Mac OS?

FAQ – iTunes (M4V) Movies to my new Samsung Galaxy Note?

Is it possible to download a movie from iTunes and transfer them to my Galaxy Note? im really new at this and heard about “converting and ripping” or something like that… how? Can somebody give me a simple, easy solution to get my iTunes Music and Videos from Mac computer ported over to the android tablet phone?

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The answer is POSSIBLE so long as you can strip DRM from iTunes movies. So the most important piece of the equation is that you have a DRM Removal Software installed to your Mac. As we all know, the TV episodes, movies, and music videos in the iTunes Store are encoded with M4V format. The copyright of M4V files may be protected by using Apple’s FairPlay DRM copyright protection. DRM can not stop users putting iTunes movie to an Android device, but it stops an Android tablet and smartphones playing iTunes movies- that’s why you get gray screen when trying to play an iTunes movie on Android tab like the mentioned Samsung Galaxy Note. So to watch a protected iTunes M4V file on Samsung Galaxy Note, you need to remove DRM from iTunes movies and swith M4V to MP4 format supported by Galaxy Note. Along with some help from the third-party software.

There are many programs out there that allow you to make free the iTunes m4v movies out of DRM restriction and let you watch them on the Galaxy Note the way you want. A recommended one is ChewTune – an iTunes m4v Converter for Mac. Specially designed for iTunes video zealots who use Mac OS, the iTunes movie to Galaxy Note Converter is and easy-to-use yet powerful application which can help us strip DRM from iTunes m4v movies and convert them into a file format compatible with Samsung Galaxy Note. This ideal program adopts advanced audio and video encoding technology, which will never bring you troubles of audio and video out of sync issues. Below is a DRM remvoal and conversion process.

Step by Step tutorial to convert iTunes M4V movie to MP4 for Samsung Galaxy Note on Mac OS

To use the Mac iTunes m4v to Android Converter, it is required that iTunes latest version be installed and correctly configured, which means you’ll need to

1. Set iTunes not to remember playback position.
2. Set iTunes to 32bit when/if you use ChewTune on Mac OS X Lion.

Step 1: Assuming you have downloaded the iTunes movie to Galaxy Note Converter to your Mac, the first step is run the program and put in password for user account as it requires.

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Step 2: Press the “Add” icon to browse to iTunes library movie folder. In Finder window, open Music-> iTunes-> iTunes Media-> specific movie folder-> single .m4v file, and then press on “Choose”.

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Step 3: Click on the “Format” bar to choose a format for iTunes video to Galaxy Note conversion. Follow “Common Video” group to choose customized format “H.264 Video (*.mp4)” for Galaxy Note. (Or choose “Motorola Xoom H.264 Video(*.mp4)” from “Android” category.)

Step 4: Click “Convert” button to start to convert M4V videos to Galaxy Note MP4 under Mac OS. iTunes pops up automatically when conversion starts. Leave it be and don’t close iTunes till conversion completes.

So there you have it. Pretty simple. After this workflow, you can go to the output folder to download the converted iTunes m4v movies to Galaxy Note by connecting Galaxy Note with your Mac via a USB without any restrictions. Then you can throw iTunes m4v movies into Samsung Galaxy Note for playing back as you like.
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Re: How to convert iTunes movies on Galaxy Note

Postby JonnyFang » Thu Feb 02, 2012 3:06 am

How to convert iTunes movies to Galaxy Note using Pavtube ChewTune
How to Sync, Convert iTunes DRM Protected Music/Movie to Samsung Galaxy Note

Besides surfing Internet and playing simple games with Galaxy Note, another popular usage among people is enjoying videos. Nowadays, many folks have lots of iTunes HD videos. And you can find that it is very easy to put iTunes videos and music onto Samsung Galaxy Note, but will be told that the tablet smartphone hyprid can not play iTunes movies due to DRM protections. If you are puzzled at how to How to Sync, Convert iTunes DRM Protected Music/Movie to Samsung Galaxy Note, please read the aritcle carefully.
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As we all know, the TV episodes, movies, and music videos in the iTunes Store are encoded with M4V format. The copyright of M4V files may be protected by using Apple's FairPlay DRM copyright protection. DRM can not stop users putting iTunes movie to an Android device, but it stops an Android tablet or smartphone playing iTunes movies- that's why you get gray screen when trying to play an iTunes movie on Android tab like the mentioned Samsung Galaxy Note. However, the iTunes videos, with DRM removed and format conversion, can also be played in the Samsung Galaxy Note video player without problem. So the most important piece of the equation is that you have a DRM Removal Software installed to your PC.

There are many programs out there that allow you to make free the iTunes m4v movies out of DRM restriction and let you watch them on the Galaxy Note the way you want. When it comes to getting iTunes movie ready for Galaxy Note, an iTunes m4v video converter entitled Pavtube ChewTune is about as good as it gets. It is developed as a professional DRM remover and converter software. Using ChewTune, you can fast convert videos and music purchased from iTunes Store, Amazon, etc to popular multimedia devices, such as Toshiba Thrive, HP TouchPad, Samsung Galaxy Tab, PSP, Android phones, etc. While the playback of the converted iTunes videos is smooth and decent as possible as original.

Below is a simple guide of stripping DRM from iTunes and changing the file extension from ".m4v" to ".mp4" for playback with Samsung Galaxy Note, you can take it as reference:

Step 1: Download iTunes movies to Galaxy Note Converter and install it, then drag and drop itunes video files to the program. (if you are Mac user, you can download Mac M4V Video Converter. The Mac version support Mac OS X 10.5 above (including Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, Mac OS X 10.7 Lion) on iMac, MacBook, Mac Pro, etc.)
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Step 2. Click on the "Format" bar to choose a format for iTunes video to Galaxy Note conversion. Follow "Common Video" group to choose customized format "H.264 Video (*.mp4)" for Galaxy Note.

Step 3. Click "Convert" button to start to convert M4V videos to Galaxy Note MP4. iTunes pops up automatically when conversion starts. Leave it be and don't close iTunes till conversion completes.

Before conversion you'd better change iTunes options:

1. Launch iTunes, and switch to "Movies" under LIBRARY.

2. Select the videos you’d like to convert, right click on them, and select "Get Info".

3. Switch to "Options" tab, find "Remember position" and select "No" from its drop-down list. Click "OK" to confirm.

So there you have it. Pretty simple. After this workflow, you can go to the output folder to find and download the converted iTunes m4v movies to Galaxy Note. Then you can experience and transfer iTunes m4v movies to Samsung Galaxy Note without any restriction.
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Re: How to convert iTunes movies on Galaxy Note

Postby stikehon » Fri Feb 03, 2012 6:43 am

i phone movies are in M4V format, which is not suppoted by the samsumg galaxy. You can use the DRM Media Converter to convert iTunes movies on Galaxy Note. Its not only convert the movies even its also helps to protect the movies.

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