September 21, 2015 - TunesKit studio officially released a new version v.2.8.0 of its featured iTunes DRM removal software - TunesKit DRM M4V Converter for Windows to fully support the latest iTunes 12.3 by fixing the conversion error when working with the previous iTunes 12.2 and 12.1. Now with this major update of TunesKit for Windows, users are able to remove DRM protection from movies and TV shows purchased or rented from iTunes 12.3 (and other versions) as easily as before without any problem.
"This issue has taken months to be resolved since it was much more complicated than we expected," said Andres, the marketing director of TunesKit. "Apple has added a stronger anti-DRM decryption technology since its iTunes 12.1. It took a long time for our R&D team to figure it out. Besides, during the process on fixing the original issue came up firstly with iTunes 12.1, the newer iTunes 12.2 and 12.3 versions came out continuously. So we had to deal with the problems constantly. But fortunately and finally, we made it. We would like to express our thanks to TunesKit users, without whose patience and understanding, the fix might take longer to come."
Since this major update, TunesKit users can install TunesKit DRM M4V Converter for Windows on their computers running Windows 10, Windows 8, Win 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP to work with the latest iTunes 12.3.
Till now, TunesKit studio is proud to announce that all of its DRM removal products, including TunesKit DRM Video Converter (Windows/Mac) and TunesKit DRM Audiobook Converter (Windows/Mac), are fully compatible with the latest iTunes 12.3 (and iTunes 12.1/12.2) while removing DRM from iTunes M4V videos as well as DRM-protected audiobooks purchased from iTunes or Audible.com.
Now you may follow the tutorial below to see how to remove DRM from movies or TV shows downloaded on iTunes 12.3, as well as iTunes 12.2 and 12.1 by using the latest version of TunesKit DRM M4V Converter for Windows with ease.
Steps to Remove DRM from iTunes 12.3 Movies with TunesKit for Windows
Step 1Upgrade TunesKit and iTunes to the Latest Versions
To begin with, you'll need to make sure you've installed the most up-to-date versions of both TunesKit for Windows (v.2.8.0) and iTunes (v.12.3) on your computer.
You can either get the latest version via the built-in "Check for Update" feature or via the direct downloading of setup files for both programs.
Step 2Add DRM Movies/TV Shows from iTunes 12.3 to TunesKit
Launch TunesKit DRM Video Converter for Windows and iTunes 12.3 will automatically open with it. Then you can add the iTunes videos by clicking "Add Files" button in the program. Or you may also import the movies and TV shows from iTunes 12.3 by directly dragging the files to TunesKit interface.
Step 3Adjust Output Settings
Once all the iTunes movies are added successfully, you can select the output audio tracks and subtitles via the "gear" button behind the movies' name.
Step 4Start to Remove DRM from Movies of iTunes 12.3
When all the settings are adjusted fine, you can click "Convert" button of TunesKit to start removing DRM from the movies of iTunes 12.3 and converting the M4V video files to DRM-free MP4 for playback on any device as you like.
TunesKit DRM Video Converter for Windows (Mac) is the best and fastest iTunes DRM removal tool in the market to remove DRM lock from iTunes movie purchases and rentals by converting the DRM'd M4V iTunes videos to unprotected MP4 format with lossless quality at 20x faster speed. Both versions are now working perfectly with latest iTunes 12.3 (and other versions) to remove DRM from iTunes movies and TV shows. Besides, by adopting an advanced DRM decrypting technique, TunesKit DRM Video Converter is able to keep original audio tracks, including AC3 5.1 Dolby surround sound and multi-language subtitles in the output DRM-free files. By using TunesKit DRM removal tools, users are able to freely enjoy any iTunes movies and TV episodes on multiple devices as they wish.
The latest 12.3 upgrade to iTunes mainly adds support for iOS 9 and Windows 10. Other updates are including: Resolves a problem that prevented reordering of songs within Up Next; Fixes a problem where some radio stations did not appear within Recently Played; Addresses an issue where songs you loved on iOS did not appear loved on iTunes; Supports two-factor authentication to secure your Apple ID. Besides, this new iTunes 12.3 upgrade also includes improvements to overall stability and performance.