|Aug 13, 2013, 05:40 PM||#26|
HandBrake does "rip" M4V files. M4V files are normally meant for iTunes and are just MP4 files with added data like DRM.
If you really want to copy a purchased video from iTunes onto a video DVD in order to circumvent to connect your Mac directly to a TV, you are either left to buy the actual DVD or go that other route. iTunes content with DRM is no meant to be copied, and burning a video DVD is creating a copy.
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