M4VGear DRM Media Converter for Windows releases Version 5.1.0 to add support to iTunes 12.1 and fix the problem that the previous version of it cannot launch iTunes 12.1. With the latest version of M4VGear for Windows, you can now losslessly remove DRM from purchased and rented videos of iTunes 12.1 without annoying bug in launching iTunes.
UPDATE: Apple has released an update to iTunes for users of OS X Yosemite and Microsoft Windows on July 1st, 2015. iTunes 12.2 allows users to access the new Apple Music service and the Beats 1 radio service on their desktop computers. We are happy to announce that M4VGear DRM Media Converter fully supports iTunes 12.2 and later version perfectly.
How to remove DRM from videos of iTunes 12.1 or 12.2 with M4VGear for Windows
To begin with, make sure that you have downloaded and installed the latest version of M4VGear for Windows and upgraded your iTunes to 12.1 or 12.2.
Then, click Add Movies button on the upper left of the program to add iTunes videos to M4VGear for converting. You can add several videos for converting at one time.
Furthermore, check the loaded videos on M4VGear and go to the bottom right to choose output formats or devices. You have many choices and are even allowed to choose different output formats for different videos.
Finally, click "Lossless MP4" button or other output format located in the bottom right to start the conversion. The loaded videos will be DRM removed and converted to desired formats.
Tip: M4VGear DRM Media Converter for Mac also supports iTunes 12.1 to iTunes 12.4 perfectly and is compatible with Mac OS x 10.12.
Note: M4VGear offers you a one-minute free trial to test out. If you want to process full length of the iTunes videos and are satisfied with M4VGear, you can purchase it from the below button. M4VGear now can be bought at $44.95, $5 off from original $49.95.