How to Convert M4V Files to AVI?

December 28, 2011 / Posted by Irene on Video/Audio Tips

This article guides you to convert DRM protected M4V to AVI easily with the help of M4V to AVI Converter.

To convert DRM protected M4V video files purchased from iTunes to AVI, Leawo Video Converter is what you need. This powerful program supports to remove DRM from iTunes M4V videos, and then convert to AVI video format with splendid editing features added: video trimming, cropping, effecting, watermarking, 3D video converting and more.

Get your required video converting program via the link below and get ready to convert DRM protected M4V to AVI referring to the guide below.

Full Guide

Add Videos

When the program is running on your PC, choose M4V files you want to convert by clicking on the Add Video icon on the top of the software. Direct drag-and-drop is also available for M4V files loading.

Output Format Choosing

Tab on the Profile button and choose AVI in the profile panel as output. The Settings button next to it lets you set video and audio parameters.

Authorize your computer

As your DRM protected M4V files are downloaded from iTunes, you need to authorize your computer to be able to remove DRM protection and convert M4V to other video files. Click convert button on the bottom right and the program would automatically lead you to the authorizing page. Input your ID and password to autorize your computer.

Convert M4V to AVI

After iTunes ID and password have been input, you only need to click on the Athorize button to start M4V to AVI conversion.

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Extended Knowledge

M4V is a file container format used by Apple’s iTunes application. The M4V file format is a video file format developed by Apple and is very close to MP4 format. The differences are the optional Apple’s DRM copyright protection, and the treatment of AC3 (Dolby Digital) audio which is not standardized for the MP4 container.Apple uses M4V files to encode TV episodes, movies, and music videos in the iTunes Store. The copyright of M4V files may be protected by using Apple’s FairPlay DRM copyright protection.

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