Transfer Files from iTunes to Windows Media Player

Although iTunes and Windows Media Player are the products of two competing software companies, you can transfer your files from iTunes to Windows Media Player if you understand how both programs catalog files. While, video files purchased through the iTunes stores are protected by Apple’s Digital Rights Management (DRM), which prevents these files from being opened by Windows Media Player..

So in order to play iTunes files on Windows Media Player, you must remove iTunes DRM protection. In this case, you will need a powerful DRM removal software to legally remove DRM protection. Pavtube ChewTune is the best choice for you. Below are the features you may want to know:

1. Remove All DRM copy protection

Strip digital copyright protections from iTunes, Amazon, Ruckus, Rhapsody, BBC iPlayer, Nokia Music Store, Wal-Mart Music, LimeWire Store Music Songs, Amazon Unbox, Bearshare, Napster Music, iPlayer, iMesh, Zune Marketplace, Helix DRM, etc

2. Convert DRM-protected videos for multiple purposes

You can convert your DRM-protected videos for playback on devices like iPhones, iPads, iPod Touch, Android tablets and smartphones, Windows devices, game consoles, HD media players, etc. You can also import the DRM-protected videos to video editing programs like Adobe Premiere, Sony Vegas, Avid Media Composer, etc.

3. Considerable formats outputs

There are a great number of output formats in Pavtube Chewtune’s output format list, and sure that you can find a proper one to which you can convert your DRM-protected videos.

4. More beneficial functions

Set output profile parameters including codec, size, bitrate, frame rate, sample rate, channels, etc for better display quality.
Batch conversion to save your precious time and energy.
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Steps to remove DRM protection and convert files format

Step 1. Load iTunes video files

Run this DRM removal software in your PC, drag and drop the source iTunes files from computer to it. Or hit the “Add Video” / “Add from folder” button to import your iTunes DRM movie.

Step 2: Set output format

Click “Format” menu you will find various video formats listed by different devices. Here, you can keep your video formats, while you can also choose the most compatible video format for Windows Media Player. To convert your video to WMV, you can choose “Common Video” > “WMV 2 (WMV8)(*.wmv)” as the output format, or select “HD Video” and choose “WMV HD(*.wmv)”.

Tips: Click “Settings” on the interface and you can adjust the parameters including size, bitrate, frame rate, etc. to get a high quality of output files or a smaller files size. And keep the settings the same as original video will provide you the least loss of video quality.

Step 3: Start to convert

Click the “Convert” button to start iTunes DRM removal conversion for Windows Media Player. When it completed, click the “Open” button to get the generated videos for Windows Media Player.

If you wish to legally to remove DRM from various DRM resources files to play on any devices with high conversion speed and perfect output quality, you really can’t miss Pavtube ChewTune.

How to transfer music from iTunes to Windows Media Player:

Step 1

Launch iTunes and select the “Music” folder in the Library. Right-click the header bar on top of the library and select “Kind” to enable the ability to sort music by file-type.

Step 2

Click “Edit” and select “Preferences” to open the Preferences menu. Select the “General” tab and click “Import Settings.” Click the drop-down menu next to the “Import Using” field and select “MP3 Encoder.” Select a recording quality and click “OK.”

Step 3

Click “Kind” in the header to sort music by file type. Music encoded in the MP3, WAV, and WMA are playable in Windows Media Player, while AAC files must be converted to the MP3 format before exporting your library. Files listed as “Protected AAC Audio File” cannot be exported to Windows Media Player.

Step 4

Click the AAC audio files that you want to convert. You can select multiple files by holding the “Ctrl” button while clicking selections. Right-click anywhere on your highlighted selections and select “Create MP3 Version.” The conversion process can take several minutes if you are converting a few files at once.

Step 5

Click “Edit,” then select “Preferences” to load the Preferences menu. Select the “Advanced” tab and highlight the folder or folders listed in the “iTunes Media Folder Location” field. Right-click the folder selection and click “Copy.”

Step 6

Launch Windows Media Player and right-click the “Music” folder. Select the “Manage Music Library” link to launch the Music Library Locations window, which displays the folders that Windows Media Player searches to create your library. Click “Add” to load a new folder. Right-click the “Folder” field and select the “Paste” option to paste your iTunes media folder location into the field. Click “Include Folder,” then click “OK” to add the iTunes media folder to your Windows Media Player library.

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