Remove DRM for Mac
How to remove iTunes DRM for Mac? If you're a Mac user and want to trip DRM protection from iTunes videos music WMA, M4P, M4A, etc., then which DRM removal Mac application can you use?
I'll introduce you a DRM removal Mac program - M4V Converter for Mac and the progress of cracking DRM protection from iTunes videos music for Mac OS X.
This DRM Removal Mac application can easily remove DRM protection and converts iTunes M4P to MP3 or AAC on MAC OS X. Batch convert iTunes DRM protected music files to unprotected MP3, AAC, Apple Lossles, AIFF, or WAV files ready for use on any computers or mobile music devices such as iPod, iPhone, PSP, Zune, MP3 player, CD player, cellular phone - without any restrictions or DRM protection.
DRM Converter for Mac works with iTunes and CD-RW technology to complete the entire burning, ripping, encoding process ALL IN ONE. It converts M4P files on your iTunes quickly and with CD-quality.
With DRM remover Mac, Its ability to convert DRM protected music files into regular MP3 files makes it a perfect solution for people who purchase their music online but have compatibility issues with their MP3 player.
How to remove DRM for Mac OS X?
- Drag AppleMacSoft DRM Converter for Mac from the Disk Image or CD to your Applications folder
- Open your Applications folder
- Double click AppleMacSoft DRM Converter for Mac
- If needed enter the word for Protected in your local language in AppleMacSoft DRM Converter for Mac in the field titled: Identify protected tracks by looking for this word in Kind:
- If you want to convert a specific playlist instead of your entire library then pick the playlist from the pop up menu titled: In this playlist:
- Optionally, if you want to convert to a format other than MP3 (the default) then pick the format from the pop-up menu to the left of the Dump DRM button
- Click the Convert DRM button.
Note: When you click the Convert DRM button, The Mac remove DRM software will ask you to insert a CDRW. The DRM Converter will then find all the protected tracks and start burning them in groups of 10-20 to the CDRW and ripping them back to your selected, unprotected format. All your unprotected tracks will be placed in a new playlist called something like MP3 from the Mac DRM Converter (the MP3 will change if you picked another unprotected format) and your original tracks will be left untouched. Its going to take some time so you should have something else to do, not on your computer, and just check on the DRM removal for Mac now and then to make sure things are still happening.