There used to be (still available) a program called Requiem, but it requires an old i Tunes version and does not support HD (720p or 1080p) movies or TV-Shows.
An alternative used to be so called screen capture video recorders, but that leak has been plugged by Apple as well, so I have not been able to find a working version for that either.
Today's consumers want to enjoy high quality entertainment such as music, movies and streaming video wherever and whenever they wish.
That means being able to easily shift copyright-protected content among a fast-growing array of digital devices - from multimedia PCs and DVRs to personal music players, mobile phones and in-vehicle systems.
Other countries, like The Netherlands, are more liberal when it comes to this – Consumers pay a few cents extra for empty media, and for personal use you are allowed to make a copy (see Stichting Thuiskopie).
In all my searches I did not find any freeware or open source software that could do remove i Tunes DRM.
Fair use proponents however claim that the law leaves room for making a private backup (in the US: DMCA or Digital Millenium Copyright Act).
But it’s all a matter of interpretation – so think for yourself before you act!
: if your device is not in the list, then you can either choose “Same as the Source for MP4”, “Customized MP4 Movie”, a similar device, or even look under the cogs group for formats like 3GP, AVI, WMV, MPEG 1 or 2, VOB, etc. maybe future versions will include this format as well.Donations are very much appreciated, but not required.Donations will be used for web-hosting expenses, project hardware or a motivational boost (a drink or snack).For those of you who buy their moves from i Tunes, you might run into a little snag when trying to view the movie (or rental) on your TV, Android devices or otherwise non-Apple device.I even heard that playback from an Apple Mac Book (over VGA) to your TV doesn’t work. I fully understand the need for minimizing the illegal copying practices of music, movies and TV series, but come on!
: Amazon used to be a good alternative, but recently (summer 2013) Amazon broke the ability to play rentals and purchased movies and TV Series on your XBMC box as well.