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  1. iTunes vs. Amazon

    This is the first time I've ever posted something on my mind and sharing it with the rest of the community. Anyways, I learned that Amazon delivers way more episodes of your favorite shows that seem somewhat exclusive even for iTunes to follow, such as Bunnicula from Boomerang. Although the new episodes have already aired either on television or online VOD/streaming. In fact, I've compared two different sites: iTunes vs. Amazon Also, it is my understand that Amazon offers videos in their correct aspect ratios while iTunes sometimes doesn't. Then I compared how many MB both Amazon and iTunes WEB-DLs hold. And although Amazon contains less MB than iTunes, AMZN WEB-DLs still retain their high video and audio quality. You could say that AMZN WEB-DLs gives users more space in their hard drives (internal and external) than iT WEB-DLs do. In conclusion, I trust and like Amazon way more than iTunes.
  2. Requiem 4.1 Replacement

    Developed by Brahms, Requiem, an all-in-one DRM removal software, is a totally free iTunes FairPlay DRM removal tool. The first version was released in 2008 and the last version, called 4.1 Requiem was created in 2012. Many Users use Requiem app to strike out DRM from the digital media files they purchased from iTunes before and it enables you to get the lossless quality as the original iTunes files. For several years, it is always rated as the best DRM removal freeware for its usability, features, decryption method and free or charge. However, the most disappointing of all is that Requiem has been out of update on 2012 because of losing the battle with Apple Inc., so it might be not able to work with the latest operating system and the latest version of iTunes. Is there any way to help me shuffle off this trouble? Anyway, thanks in advance!
  3. I want to remove the DRM from ITunes movies, but I've got one of the latest versions of iTunes (Reqiuem is a no go). I also want to remove DRM from movies on Microsoft Store. Any help will be appreciated! Thanks, TheOneWhoSees
  4. For those who live in the USA, its on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/tv-season/britt-allcrofts-magic-adventures/id864128862
  5. Best iTunes DRM remover?

    I'm looking for a free DRM remover that will keep closed captions after removing the DRM. I know very little about this, since I've never done anything with DRM before. I'm buying something from iTunes tomorrow, and would like to know the best way to do this while keeping closed captions. Any help is much appreciated. Thanks!