The movies, music videos and TV series purcahsed from iTunes Store are encoded by DRM protection which prevents you from editting the videos directly. However you can edit iTunes Video in NoteBurner M4V Converter Plus directly.
I have ever been in that case. I purchased Spongebob seasons from iTunes Store. I'm kind of disappointed they only come in blocks of two episodes like they show on TV. If possible, I would like to cut the video file into two separate episodes and edit the theme song and ending credits because it becomes repetitive.
Conventional video editors and video converters do not work for iTunes videos. My friends recommends NoteBurner M4V Converter Plus for me. It combines the features of DRM removal tool and multi-format video converter. It turns out to be an easy job to edit iTunes videos with NoteBurner M4V Converter Plus.
Step 1: Add Downloaded Movie to NoteBurner M4V Converter Plus
Launch NoteBurner M4V Plus Converter, iTunes will open and flash automatically with it. Then click "Add Movies" button import the iTunes video you want to convert.
Step 2: Custom Output Video According to Your Need
To extract AAC audio from iTunes M4V videos, please choose output format as "Lossless AAC". Under this setting, the output video files are same as the original source with 5.1 audio track and subtitle kept, which can give you a better audio-visual experience.
Step 3: Customize Video and Audio Options
Click the setting icon in the profile tab, there will be a pop-up window available for you to customize output videos and audio parameters manually.
Also, you can edit the movie detailed information by clicking the "Edit " button in the end of each added movie. You cab trim the video and only convert the part you need. Also, you can set the tracks, Artwork and meta tags.
Step 4: Convert iTunes M4V Video
Click the convert button at the bottom of the main interface and start conversion. Before converting, you can manually set output path, or the output videos will save in the default folder.
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