The guide shows how to crack drm from WMV files legally and convert to unprotected WMV, MP4 or any video formats you like, such as AVI, MPEG, MOV, 3GP, DVD.
Queston: I purchased and downloaded some wmv videos from online music store but they are all DRM (Digital Rights Management) protected, which means that I can not enjoy them on my MP3 player and even play them using Windows Media Player on my PC. Could you please tell me there is a way to remove drm from WMV? Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Answer: Drm Removal software is the legal, fast and easy way to remove drm from WMV files and convert them to unprotected AVI, WMV, MP4, MPEG, Xvid, 3GP, etc. It can also decrypt and crack Drm from iTunes, M4V, WMA, M4P, M4B, AA and AAC. The speed is up to 54x without having to sacrifice the output quality. The unprotecting process is as follows.
1. Install and run the Drm remover Tunebite Platinum, follow the configuration wizard step-by-step to config the sound card and high-speed digital converting.
2. Select the output audio and video formats you like.
Hints: 1) Supports converting to MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV, OGG music files, etc.
2) Support removing Drm from WMV and converting to unprotected WMV, AVI, DivX, MOV, FLV, MPEG, 3GP, MPEG4 (MP4) and more video file formats. Check 'audio only' if you would like to extract music from WMV files.
3. Click "Add" button or drag WMV file(s) that you'd like to remove Drm protection to the main interface. Convert to unprotected WMV, MP4, AVI or other formats by clicking "Start" button.
After removing Drm from WMV, you can convert the output files (MP4, WMV, AVI, MPEG, MOV, DivX or other formats) to DVD and Burn DVD movie using DVD Creator.
What is Drm and WMV?
DRM, which is most commonly found in movies and music files, doesn't mean just basic copy-protection of video, audio and ebooks, but it basically means full protection for digital content, ranging from delivery to end user's ways to use the content. We can remove the Drm from video and audio files legally by quick recording.
WMV stands for Windows Media Video, which was developed by Microsoft and was playable using Windows Media Player. You can use a .wmv file either for downloading or streaming. Many portable media players supports WMV playback.