How to remove DRM from BBC iPlayer programmes?
BBC iPlayer, commonly shortened to iPlayer, is an internet television and radio service, developed by the BBC to extend its former RealPlayer-based and other streamed video clip content to include whole TV shows. Programmes are available for download for seven days following broadcast. Once a programme is downloaded a user has only thirty days to start watching it. Once a user starts to watch a programme, it will continue to be available for the next seven days because of DRM protection.
What if you want to watch the programmes or use BBC iPlayer clips without time limits? Is that possible to remove DRM from BBC iPlayer programmes? How to turn the downloads from BBC iPlayer Desktop into nice AVI or WMV files without time restrictions? The answer is yes and easy. Now you will need a professional BBC iPlayer DRM Removal to crack BBC iPlayer DRM. DRM Media Converter is such a tool which lets you remove BBC iPlayer DRM easily and effectively. It’s time to move on and take full advantage of BBC iPlayer programmes.
Step-by-step Guide on Removing DRM from BBC iPlayer
Add BBC iPlayer Programmes
After you have downloaded this BBC iPlayer DRM remover, install and run it. Then you may add your DRM protected BBC programmes by clicking on Add button. Imported files will be listed on the left panel. While the right panel lets you preview the files.
Select the Output Format
Choose an appropriate output format according to your need by clicking on Video files to button. For example, you want to remove BBC DRM and convert them to WMV, go to Video files to-> Common Video-> WMV. Or, you may select the portable hardware as the output.
Remove BBC iPlayer DRM
Click Settings and you can customize formats, resolution, frame rate, bit rate, etc. Then hit on Start button to remove DRM from BBC iPlayer downloads and convert BBC to the file you need.
When the removing and converting is finished, you may choose either to burn BBC iPlayer to DVD or transfer them to your portable devices for enjoying. Have fun.
What is BBC iPlayer?
BBC iPlayer is a free service that lets you catch up with programmes from the past seven days that you may have missed or want to watch again. There are two ways to use this service. You can play a programme and watch it online with ‘Click to play', or you can download the programme, store it on your computer for up to 30 days and watch it offline. Please note that BBC TV programmes are only available to users in the UK at present, though most radio programmes are available outside the UK as well. Go to BBC iPlayer for more information.
About the Author | Ashley Sanders
Ashley is the senior editor of Macmov. She specializes in DVD burning/ripping, video converting, DRM removing.
2012-05-02 14:11:17/ Posted by Ashley Sanders.
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