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How to Burn BBC iPlayer to DVD

BBC iPlayer is an internet television as well as radio services. But iPlayer programs use the Microsoft's "Play for Sure" DRM system as copyright protection. And you can enjoy the programs in only seven days since they are broadcast. And the downloaded programs will self destruct after 30 days for the sake of its DRM protection.

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Therefore, if you want to burn downloaded iPlayer programs to DVD, you should remove BBC iPlayer DRM protection firstly. And then burn the converted files to DVD. But how?Here, DRM Converter can help you. Aimersoft DRM Converter features its powerful integrated functions. With the help of the program, you can easily remove DRM protection from videos and movies. And it also works on the audio files. Other than this function, it can convert you media files between different file formats. Additionally, it frees you of the worry about the complexity of the program, because the interface of the software is rather handy. And a few clicks can help you complete the conversion.

 

Now the following step-by-step guide can help you remove BBC iPlayer DRM protection.

 

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Step one: load iPlayer program to the program

First of all, installed the software and launch it. Unfold the directory that contains the iPlayer programs. Drag or drop the program to the DRM Converter. In addition to this way, you can also click the button "ADD". And load all iPlayer programs that you want to burn to DVD to the software.

 

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Step two: set the output format and output directory

After you have loaded all the files to the program, you should select the output format as MP4 from the column below the "Video files to".
After that, you must notice the button "Browse" to select one folder to hold your converted files.

 

Step three: begin to remove the DRM protection

In this step, click the most eye-catching button "Start", and then the software will do its job. After the conversion is finished, click the button "Find Target". The pane will pop out that shows where your converted files are.

 

After the DRM protection is removed, you haven't finished your job. Ultimate goal is to burn BBC iPlayer to DVD. Here, you should to Aimersoft DVD Creator. This DVD Creator is also convenient software that can help you burn your videos in different formats to the DVD.

 

 

Here I will make a brief instruction for you about how to burn your converted files to DVD.

 

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Step one: import your video files

Launch the program firstly. Click the button "import" from the menu bar and load your source files to the program, or you can also drag or drop the files to the program.

 

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Step two: edit your videos and build your own DVD menu (optional)

The software provides a simple editing function. Choose one video from the left column, and click "Menu Template" button to enhance, trim, add watermark or subtitle. You can also customize you own DVD.

 

Step three: start to burn you videos to DVD

Now you can begin to burn your videos to DVD. Firstly, insert a blank writable DVD disc into your DVD burner drive. DVD-R is the best choice, because home DVD player can accept them better. After that, you can click the big button "Burn" to convert your videos to DVD.

 

After the software finishes its job, the videos have been converted to you DVD.

 

Tips: You can use Aimeisoft video converter ultimate to achieve the conversion, this powerful integrated DVD ripper, Video Converter, DRM Converter, DVD Creator, YouTube downloader, Device Transfer, Screen Recorder and Video eidtor together. So it will enable you to remove DRM protection and burn BBC iPlayer to DVD disks for watching on your home DVD player easily.

 

 

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