How to play iTunes purchased movies and tv series on Smart TV?

What is needed to watch iTunes movies on smart TV

I have bought some tv series and movies from iTunes. I can watch them on my iMac and also on my iPad. The problem is we recently bought a smart tv and want to watch these programs on it. For some reason these are locked and I cannot do this. Is there a way that I can gain access to this? I do not have an Apple TV. I understand that this would allow me to do this.
I am not trying to do anything illegal I just want to watch my own purchases in my own home but not on my computer or my ipad.
If I cannot do this I will never buy tv series or movies from the itunes store again.

Who does not like to rent out or buy movies from the iTunes store? It is the most convenient and thorough library of movies that have been cataloged. The problem that a lot of people face is that though we can access these movies in any of their Apple devices, we are not allowed watch these iTunes movies on a larger screen or on our smart TVs. Is there any way to play iTunes purchases (tv series and movies) on smart TV? We all know that Apple TV is the easiest and cheapest way to stream iTunes purchased movies and tv series from computer to smart TV. Apple TV can connect iTunes library to TV. We just need to sync the movies from iTunes library to Apple TV box. But what to do if we don't have one?

Watching iTunes movies on TV can be a lot of fun especially with our family and friends for better measure. In order to play the purchased and rented iTunes movies on your TV, we need to remove Fairplay DRM protection from iTunes tv series and movies. The fastest and best DRM removal iTunes M4V Converter is what we need.

iTunes M4V Converter for Mac is the fastest software to convert DRM protected iTunes movies to commonly used non-protected MP4 format with 100% original quality. The movies in MP4 format can be played from many media players, including smart TVs.

How to watch iTunes movies and tv series on smart TV

You will learn how to watch iTunes movies and tv series on smart TV with the help of iTunes M4V Converter for Mac from the following steps.

Step 1 Add iTunes movies to remove DRM protection and play on smart TV.

Click "add files" icon to select iTunes movies and tv series you want to play on TV. All available m4v files will be listed:

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Select video files you want to play on smart TV and click Add button.

add itunes videos you would like to play on TV

Step 2 Select Audio Tracks and Subtitles

This iTunes Movie Converter will preserve all original subtitles and audio tracks by default. 100% original quality with Dolby 5.1, AD, Closed Captions, Subtitles, Audio Tracks. You are free to select and preserve any one.

iTunes Movie Converter - Set Output

Step 3 Start to remove DRM from iTunes movies and convert to MP4 format.

After all the settings, click convert. iTunes M4V to MP4 Converter begins to remove DRM from below m4v video files. When the conversion finished, you can play the output mp4 file with any video player or smart TVs you wish.

iTunes Movie Converter - Start to remove drm from itunes movies then play on TV

iTunes Movie Converter - play Converted iTunes Movies on smart TV

As soon as you converted the iTunes movies with iTunes M4V Converter, you can put the converted DRM-free MP4 videos to the USB port. And then connect the USB port with Smart TV to sync iTunes movies to it. Now you are free to watch any iTunes purchases (tv series and movies) on Smart TV! Bypass DRM protection from iTunes M4V movie/TV show rentals and purchases and output DRM-free MP4 with 100% original quality preserved. Try it free right now!

Extra Tips:

If you want to remove DRM from Apple Music, iTunes Music or Audiobooks, this Apple Music Converter could help you. Which enables you to convert M4P iTunes Music to MP3, AAC, FLAC and WAV format losslessly, and play Apple Music on any portable MP3 player.

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