Part 2. How to Play iTunes TV Shows on Sony Bravia TV - Three Methods
#1. Transfer Converted iTunes Movies to Bravia TV through USB
At last, you have already removed DRM from your iTunes videos successfully and they will be accessible by any devices now. Here is the instruction on how to play them via USB.
Step 1. Insert an USB flash drive or an USB external hard drive to your computer.
Step 2. Copy the converted iTunes videos on an USB flash drive or an USB external hard drive. If you have lots of movies, it is suggested to use an hard drive.
Step 3. Plug in the USB drive to the Bravia TV. You should locate the USB interface from the back of the TV in general.
Step 4. Start to play iTunes movie on Sony Bravia TV. Usually there is an option for you to choose videos from local devices. The menu may vary on different model of Sony Bravia TVs, please just take a look at it on the home page of your Sony smart TV.
Finally, you can start to enjoy the videos. You will find that the videos will show definitely clear specially on the 4K Bravia TV which can upscale the picture quality.
#2. Watch DRM-free iTunes TV Shows on Bravia TV via DLNA Server
Besides using the USB, you can also sync the converted iTunes movies to DLNA server and then you can watch iTunes movies on Sony Bravia TV by DLNA server.
Step 1. Set up a DLNA server on your PC. You just need an app which acts like a DLNA server and can identify itself as a DLNA server on your network.
Step 2. Add converted iTunes movie files to the server and it will scan the videos.
Step 3. Connect DLNA server to your Bravia TV with the same network. Then you can play iTunes movie on Sony Bravia TV.
#3. Play iTunes TV Shows and Movies on Bravia TV with Apple TV
If you have an Apple TV, it will be much easier to watch iTunes movies on Sony Bravia TV. You can cast the iTunes videos from your computer with iTunes or stream iTunes videos via Apple TV. To make it, please connect your computer or Apple TV to the Bravia TV by using HDMI Cables.
Note: This method is limited to play on one TV only and not friendly for those who don't have the Apple TV.