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How to convert iTunes M4V movies to Samsung Galaxy S III for

Postby bobsmith2012 » Thu Oct 25, 2012 8:32 am

“Recently I get a Samsung Galaxy S III and it seems to be satisfying except that I was not able to put M4V movies to Galaxy S III purchased from iTunes. Please help! I do want to keep my iTunes movie collections on it since it is comfortable to enjoy movies on its rather large screen."

This is a common problem among those people who use Android phones like Galaxy S III and usually download movies from iTunes Store. Most of them cannot find an effective way to play iTunes M4V movies on Galaxy S III. This article is mainly to introduce a simple and quick solution to transferring iTunes M4V for Galaxy S3 playing.


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As we know that all of the iTunes movies which have been purchased or rented are protected by DRM, and as a result, those movies can’t be directly transferred to other non-Apple devices or media players. So if you want to enjoy iTunes M4V movies on Galaxy S3, you must remove DRM protection first, and you need NoteBurner M4V Converter Plus for Mac - a top iTunes DRM Removal Tool.


NoteBurner M4V Converter Plus for Mac aims to help you get rid of DRM and convert M4V movies to Galaxy S3 compatible video formats like MP4, AVI, MOV, WMV, and etc. Follow below step by step guide to convert iTunes M4V to Galaxy S III on Mac.


Step 1. Import movie resource.
Launch this top iTunes DRM M4V to Galaxy S III converter on Mac, and iTunes would automatically run soon after that. Click the add button and choose the M4V movies you want to convert from pop out library. Then press OK to fulfill the importing step.


Step 2. Choose output settings.

If you want to sync iTunes M4V to Galaxy S3, you are recommended choose Customized MP4 movie (*.mp4) from profile menu and change the video size and bitrate from advanced settings tab on the right side of the program. Recommended video size: 1280*720, bitrate: 1024k.


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Step 3. Start DRM M4V to Galaxy S3 conversion on Mac.

After changing the settings, you can just click the convert button to start to transcode iTunes M4V to Galaxy S III MP4 video on Mac. This iTunes M4V to Galaxy S III converter requires iTunes play the movie in pause mode while converting, so do not close or operate the iTunes until the conversion finished. After the conversion, you can directly transfer the converted videos to Galaxy S3 for enjoying via USB cable.

Learn More: http://www.noteburner.com/drm-video-rental-mac/itunes-to-galaxy-s3.html
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Re: How to convert iTunes M4V movies to Samsung Galaxy S III

Postby sambbosh » Sun Jan 13, 2013 9:39 am

Have you ever come across the situation that the movies and TV Shows downloaded from iTunes Store cannot be played on your Android smartphone or tablet? In fact, the movies and TV Shows purchased/rented from iTunes Store are under DRM protection which limits users to enjoy them on non-apple devices.

iTunes M4V Converter for Mac can help you to get rid of the DRM protection from iTunes videos and convert M4V to MP4, 3GP, FLV and more as you like. This video tutorial covers:
1. Remove DRM and convert iTunes M4V videos to MP4.
2. Copy the converted videos to Android Nexus 7 for playback.

Watch Video Demo:

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iTunes M4V Converter for Mac

* Get rid of iTunes DRM protection legally from iTunes purchased/rented movies and TV Shows
* Support multiple output formats such as WMV, MPG, MP4, AVI, 3GP, SWF, MOV, MP3, WAV, AAC, WMA
* Enjoy iTunes videos anywhere on your PSP, Android tables, smartphones, portable multimedia players and more
* Customize settings for best viewing experience, Adjust profile settings like video size, aspect ratio and others

Other Tutorials:
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