"Hi, I downloaded a high-resolution video on iTunes, it’s extremely clear and sharp so I’m planning on burning it to a Blu-ray disc so that I can play it on my home theater and share it with my family, How can I do that?"

It’s easy to burn normal videos to Blu-ray disc, but when it comes to video that’s downloaded from iTunes, things tend to get more complicated. Some iTunes videos have DRM protection which limits the possibility of us further processing the video. But there are certain ways that you can do to make this happen. To burn M4V to Blu-ray disc, you are going to need a few more steps than to burn regular videos. This post would show you how to burn iTunes DRM M4V to Blu-ray disc with detailed instructions.

Part 1: Remove DRM Protection from M4V Video and Convert M4V Video to a New Format

To burn M4V to Blu-ray disc, you need to know what you are dealing with. The first obstacle that lies in front of us is the DRM protection. To take care of this problem, we are going to need a program that can remove it from the iTunes video. Leawo Prof. DRM is a program dedicated to decrypting protected iTunes contents like iTunes TV shows, iTunes Movies, etc. With it you can easily remove DRM from iTunes video you download and then process the video as you like.

Highlighted features of Leawo Prof. DRM

  • 1. It can remove DRM from iTunes videos, movies and TV shows.
  • 2.It converts DRM protected M4V video to regular MP4 video.
  • 3. It’s got fast DRM removal speed.
  • 4. It 100% reserves original audio tracks, subtitles and AC3 Dolby 5.1 surround sound in the video.

Check out the instructions below to see how to convert M4V video with DRM protection to regular MP4 video using Leawo Tunes Copy

Step 1: Import M4V video from iTunes

Run Prof. DRM. To add M4V video to the program, click "Add Files" button on the sub-menu bar or "Add Files" button in the middle of the interface and Prof. DRM would automatically scan all the rental or purchased M4V videos on your computer and show them on the following pop-up window. Choose the target video and click "Add" button or import all the videos to the program simultaneously by clicking "Add All".