Help dumping decrypted frames from iTunes?

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Help dumping decrypted frames from iTunes?

Post by ReclusiveEagle » Sat Nov 13, 2021 12:39 pm

I have many shows and movies on my iTunes account however I want to be able to play the videos-
I purchased the right to access and download without DRM and iTunes

Currently the only way to remove Fairplay DRM is with Tuneskit -
Which, probably just records the video and re-encodes it.

Does anyone know of a way to dump decrypted video/audio streams from memory?
Widevine is not an issue but Apple's DRM is extremely hard to find any info on recently.

Most probably because that's the way people who have access to breaking Fairplay, want it to be.
If anyone has any additional info it would really be appreciated!

If you have actual links to working tools DM me

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Re: Help dumping decrypted frames from iTunes?

Post by jfwfreo » Thu Nov 25, 2021 11:01 am

It is likely that iTunes on Windows is using "Protected Media Path" (which prevents you from dumping the data in memory) and on Apple platforms its using some special Apple stuff that does the same job.

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