on these Forums.
You mentioned "Legal".
Removing DRM falls under the category of "Not Legal", no matter how you feel about copy protection.
Apple has applied it at the request of the copyright owner, which isn't you.
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I recently purchased a movie off of the iTunes Store and realized that it had DRM Protection on it. How do I take this off? I was looking into a few programs, such as Mac The Ripper, and RipIt, and Hand Brake but these don't seem to work. Does Mac The Ripper only do DVD's or can it do files too? what about RipIt? any other program references are appreciated as long as their legal (some are, some are not, I've looked into this a little) and work. Ps. I'm running OS X 10.62.