How to Play iTunes M4V Movie on Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1?

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How to Play iTunes M4V Movie on Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1?

Postby bobsmith2012 » Mon Sep 10, 2012 8:17 am

Samsung recently released a new tablet pc named Galaxy Note 10.1which is supposed to be a large version of Galaxy Note released on November of last year. However, this new

10.1 inches tablet is announced to take the place of Galaxy Tab 10.1 to be another iPad killer. Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 features a 1.4GHz Quad-Core Exynos 4412 Processor, a

5MP Rear Camera, a 1.9MP Front Camera and a 2GB RAM.


With a beautiful 10.1 inch 1280*800 definition LCD screen, Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is competent to provide smooth and high quality video playback. For many movie lovers who

used to purchasing and enjoying movies from iTunes, it is really a trouble that iTunes movies cannot be transferred to Android devices since iTunes M4V movies have DRM

protections. So, if you want to enjoy iTunes M4V movie on Galaxy Note 10.1, you have to remove DRM protections from iTunes M4V movie and convert DRM iTunes M4V to

Galaxy Note 10.1 compatible video.

Guide: How to Convert DRM iTunes M4V movie for Galaxy Note 10.1 playing on Mac OS 10.8?

What you need is a useful DRM M4V to Galaxy Note 10.1 Converter on MacNoteBurner M4V Converter for

which can help you remove DRM protection from iTunes M4V and provide optimized output format for Galaxy Note 10.1 playing.

Note: If you also need to convert rental movies from iTunes, you can try the [url=]Plus version

of this useful DRM M4V to Galaxy Note 10.1 converter on Mac[/url].

Below are simple steps for you to convert iTunes DRM M4V movie to Galaxy Note 10.1:

Step 1. Import DRM M4V movie from iTunes to the program.
Launch the iTunes DRM M4V to Galaxy Note 10.1 converter on Mac, and the iTunes will automatically run with the program. Click the add button on the main

interface and the library of iTunes will pop out, where you can choose to import DRM M4V movies.


Step 2. Choose output format for playing on Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1.
To play iTunes M4V movie on Galaxy Note 10.1, you need choose suitable output format and best

settings for better enjoyment. Click profile dropdown list and choose Customizes MP4.


Step 3. Change profile settings.
In order to output suitable videos for Galaxy Note 10.1, you need change the default settings of the profile. You are recommended to set the video size to

1280x720 and change the Video Bitrate into 2000k.


Step 4. Start to convertiTunes DRM M4V movie to Galaxy Note 10.1 on Mac OS X 10.8.
Click "Convert" button to start to convert DRM M4V videos for Galaxy Note 10.1 with NoteBurner DRM M4V Video Converter for Mac
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Re: How to Play iTunes M4V Movie on Samsung Galaxy Note 10.

Postby sambbosh » Sun Jan 13, 2013 9:19 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:



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

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