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How to convert BBC iPlayer to DVD

BBC iPlayer programs use Microsoft's "Play for Sure" DRM system as copyright protection, thus BBC iPlayer Desktop downloads playback only last for 7 days. How to convert and burn downloaded video from BBC iPlayer to DVD? To solve this problem, you need a professional software to remove DRM copy protection from BBC iPlayer downloaded video frist, and then to burn to DVD. With our recommended software, you can burn BBC iPlayer video to DVD disc by yourself fast and easily! This guide briefs the key steps to remove DRM copy protection from BBC iPlayer downloaded WMV videos and burn to DVD with Aimersoft Video Converter Ultimate.

Convert BBC iPlayer downloaded videos to DVD

Free download the Video Converter Ultimate, install and launch it.

Step1. Click the "Add" button to import BBC iPlayer downloaded DRM .wmv files, or directly drag and drop them into the main window.

Step2. Edit the video files(Optional). Click on the toolbar to clip videos. Set the start time & end time to get multiple clips as you like. Click to edit video and you can crop the frame size, add effects, add picture/text watermark, or edit subtitle.

Step3. Once you’ve finished all the settings, click "" button to open the video burning window to convert BBC iPlayer video to DVD. After finishing the menu settings, you will come to the burning settings window.

After these settings are done, you can click "Start" button to start burning the BBC iPlayer DRM video to DVD. You can set the action when the conversion completed, like open the output folder or shut down the computer.

Tips: Many people ask how to download BBC iPlayer programs to iPod, iPhone, Apple TV, Blackberry, Droid, etc. Actually they can not directly "download" BBC iPlayer programs to iPod players because they are not BBC iPlayer's contracted customer end. But alternatively, we can use the BBC iPlayer Desktop to download the DRM'ed .wmv programs to computer, then use the best Video Converter to remove copyrights and convert formats. For iPod, iPhone, Apple TV, Zune, Xbox, users, you can use iTunes or Zune software to sync, and PSP, Blackberry, Droid, Sansa, Archos, etc., a USB cable and SD card is enough.