How to Convert iTunes Video to Samsung Galaxy Ace (Plus)
Have some M4V videos purchased from iTunes store and want to watch them on your new Samsung Galaxy Ace (Plus) smartphone? Consider it done! In this article, you'll learn how to convert iTunes M4V to Galaxy Ace (Plus) compatible video formats so that you can watch your iTunes movies on your Galaxy Ace wherever you go.
To play iTunes video on Galaxy Ace, you need to do two things: remove iTunes movie DRM and convert M4V to Galaxy Ace supported video formats like MP4. To finish your task, you can simply get Aimersoft DRM ripper and complete the conversion easily. With it, you can convert protected iTunes M4V to unprotected MP4 for Samsung Galaxy Ace (Plus). Besides iTunes DRM, it can also strip DRM protection from video/audio bought or downloaded from BBC iPlayer, Zune MarketPlace, Amazon, Nokia Music Store, etc. Now download this program and follow the step-by-step guide below to convert iTunes purchased movies to Samsung Galaxy Ace (Plus).
Download iTunes to Galaxy Ace Converter:
How to convert iTunes M4V to Samsung Galaxy Ace (Plus)
1Add video to the DRM converter
Run Aimersoft DRM Media Converter and click "Add..." to load the iTune video files you want to convert. Another way to import videos is to drag and drop files to the source pane directly.
2Specify output settings
As has been mentioned above, Samsung Galaxy Ace well supports MP4. Here you can either click "Video files to" and choose "MP4" as the output video format or go to "HTC" > "Android OS". The resolution of Samsung Galaxy Ace is 320*240 while Plus is 480*320. After choosing the video format, you can click "Settings" to adjust the video resolution.
3Start converting iTunes movie to Galaxy Ace
The last step is to click the "Start" button on the lower right to start removing DRM protection from iTunes M4V and convert M4V to MP4 for Galaxy Ace. When the conversion completes, you can click "Find Target" to locate the DRM-free MP4 video files. Then connect your Galaxy Ace to your computer and transfer the videos to your device.