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Best iTunes DRM remover?

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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!


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1. Download and install iTunes 10.7 (32 bit or 64 bit, depending on your OS)

2. Install Java

3. Download Requiem 4.1

4. Buy and download whatever you wanted from iTunes

5. Close iTunes

6. Run Requiem

7. Use CCExtractor to extract subtitles

8. Use MKVtoolnix to mux unDRMed file (along with subs)

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1. Download and install iTunes 10.7 (32 bit or 64 bit, depending on your OS)

2. Install Java

3. Download Requiem 4.1

4. Buy and download whatever you wanted from iTunes

5. Close iTunes

6. Run Requiem

7. Use CCExtractor to extract subtitles

8. Use MKVtoolnix to mux unDRMed file (along with subs)

 

Thank you so much! I've never done this before, so i really appreciate the help.

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