Roku can stream paid and free content from Internet to your TV. It allows users to watch Netflix, YouTube, Amazon Video and others on your TV, but it can’t stream iTunes. According to the Roku support website (https://support.roku.com/en-ca/article/208754908-how-to-use-roku-media-player-to -play-your-videos-music-and-photos) Roku Media Player is a channel that allows you to play locally stored H.264/AVC (.MKV, .MP4, .MOV) video files. So if you can convert iTunes M4V videos to these formats, you can play them on your Roku.
You can select the best iTunes DRM removal - Boilsoft iTunes DRM Media Converter. It will help you to get rid of the DRM from both iTunes movies purchases and rentals. You are able to convert any purchased iTunes movies and rented movies to MP4 format with 30 faster speed and 100% original quality. What’s more, all AC3 Dolby 5.1 Audio, AD, Audio Tracks, Subtitles and Closed Captions from original iTunes movies will be kept on the converted movies.
The following tutorial will show you how to transfer iTunes movies to Roku.
Step 1 Add M4V movies from iTunes library
Download, install and run Boilsoft DRM Media Converter on your Mac or Windows.
Click the Add Files button on the up- left corner of the main interface, the iTunes library will be displayed. Click the name of the movie that you want to convert, then the movie will be added to the conversion list.
Step 2 Click the Convert button to start stripping DRM from iTunes movies
a) If you have purchased a license, click Register and copy&paste the license code you received.
b) If you want to continue using the trial version, click Try. To purchase a license, click Buy Now.
c) The free trial version allows you to convert each movie/TV show for 5 minutes. To remove this limitation, please click below Buynow button to purchase a license code.
You are able to convert multiple movies at the same time.
After the conversion, click the History button, then you can see all converted movies.
Step 3 Play iTunes movies on Roku
If you are using Roku 2, 3, 4 or Ultra which include a USB port, store the DRM-free MP4 videos on your USB drive and insert it into the USB port on your Roku device. Now you can use Roku Media Player to play the videos. Learn more: https://support.roku.com/article/208754908-how-to-use-roku-media-player-to-play-your-videos-music-and-photos
If your Roku device don’t have a USB port, play iTunes movies on your Roku using DLAN. Roku Media Player has been tested to work with the following DLNA servers:
• Windows Media Player/Center
We will use Plex as example.
1. Sign up for your free account and download the Plex Media Server software on your Mac or Windows, the central brain that organizes all of your media.
2. Plex recognizes just about any kind of video, music, or photo format and displays all of your content in an easy-to-navigate interface.
3. Install Plex app on your Roku so you can enjoy your beautifully organized media wherever you are.
Boilsoft iTunes DRM Media Converter will save all audio tracks and subtitles to the output MP4 video by default. You can click the Gear button to customize which audio tracks and subtitles to preserve.
Output DRM-free MP4 video will be saved to C:\Users\Administrator\Videos\Boilsoft iTunes DRM Media Converter\Converted. Click the folder icon on the top right corner of the interface or click Options button to change the output directory if you like.