How to burn DRM protected WMV files to DVD?
I have a WMV video file. It's not a hooky one. It's not pirated. It is a bought and paid for video clip. I paid to own the video and there is no time limit or expiry date with it. I can watch it as many times as I want on my PC, but I want to put it on a DVD so I can watch it on my TV. I tried loading it into Nero to create a video DVD, and I got a message telling me that the file has something called DRM protection, and that's preventing Nero from accessing the file. It's important that I get this video onto a DVD, as I bought it for an elderly relative who doesn't own a computer and has no access to one.
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The following step by step guide will share with you how to remove DRM from protected WMV and at the same time convert DRM protected WMV to DVD for backup, enhancement or playback on traditional TV sets, home DVD players with Video Converter Ultimate.
1. Remove DRM from protected WMV
Click the "Add" button to load DRM WMV files. After making some necessary settings, click the "Start" button to begin the conversion.
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After the conversion, click to go to the "Burn to DVD" window, where you can choose a menu template, set background picture/music, etc for the output.
Click "Next" to make further DVD burning settings. You can choose to burn to DVD drive (insert a DVD disc first), burn to ISO file or burn to DVD folder. You can also specify the output path for the ISO file or DVD folder, choose TV Stardand (NTSC or PAL), Aspect Ratio, etc for the output. Besides, the software will estimate result file volume for you. Click "Start" and the whole DVD burning progress gets started.
The burning status will be clearly shown in the progress bar. After the whole burning process, you can get the output files and start to enjoy your favorite WMV files on a DVD player.