Many people are expecting this new smartphone of Samsung - Galaxy Note 4 which will be the first Samsung smartphone with aluminum back. As they were, the series of Samsung Note which have been always compared with iPhone are among the best smartphone based on Android. They have large screen, high resolution and beautiful design especially in Samsung Galaxy Note 4 which Samsung CEO Kwon Oh Hyun has already said will be even better than note 3.
Samsung fans will rush to the store and grab one of Galaxy Note 4 as soon as it is open to the market, as is firmly believed. But there is an obstacle in front of those who are iTunes users because videos purchased and rented in iTunes cannot be played on non-Apple devices, including Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Is there any way to make iTunes videos compatible with this Samsung smartphone so that people can go to buy it without hesitation?
Fortunately, M4VGear has been working on solving the above problem and finding ways to simply and losslessly convert iTunes videos to Samsung Galaxy Note 4 for playback. Now the latest version of M4VGear can losslessly remove DRM from iTunes videos at a 20X faster speed and convert them to unprotected MP4 while at the same time keeping all subtitles and all audio tracks involving 5.1 audio of iTunes videos. Let us see in the below how M4VGear works.
M4VGear can work well on both Windows and Mac, please download it from the following links according to your operating system:
For Mac OS X 10.8, 10.9, 10.10 , 10.11 & 10.12 users:
For Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 & 10 users:
Step 1: Install and open M4VGear
Download M4VGear from the above links and then install the program. After that, open M4VGear and iTunes will be popped up automatically. If there is any popped up window in iTunes, close it in case that some error may happen during conversion.
Step 2: Add iTunes videos from iTunes Library
Click "Add" button on the upper left of the program to show your iTunes library. Then check one or a batch of videos that you want to convert. Click "OK" button to apply.
Step 3 : Choose Output Format
Once media files are added, you can set options for the whole conversion process including selecting output format from the button on the lower right corner. When you set output format as "Lossless MP4", the iTunes videos can be converted at 20 faster speed with AC3 Dolby 5.1 surround, closed captioning (CC) kept.
Step 4: Start converting iTunes videos to DRM-free MP4 videos
Click the "Convert" button on the bottom right to start removing DRM and convert iTunes videos to unprotected MP4. Generally, a 2-hour movie will be finished in 20 minutes. Then you can go to the output folder to find the MP4 videos and transfer them to your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 for playback.
Tips: M4VGear will offer you a 1 minute free trial to test the program. If you want to unlock the time limitation, please purchase M4VGear. One important info: the price of M4VGear is $44.95 now from original $49.95, so act quickly.