Remove DRM Protections on iTunes


Guide on DRM music files purchased from itunes

There is an increasing variety of options for purchasing music online, but also a growing thicket of confusing usage restrictions. Many digital music services employ digital rights management (DRM) - also known as "copy protection" - that prevents you from doing things like using the portable player of your choice or creating remixes. Read more about DRM Protections.

iTunes Music Store Restrictions

  • Restricts back-up copies: Song can only be copied to 5 computers
  • Allowed only 7 times to burn the same playlist
  • Limits portable player compatibility: iPod and other Apple devices only
  • No remixing: Cannot edit, excerpt, or otherwise sample songs
  • How MAC M4P Converter remove DRM protection

    MAC M4P Converter M4P Converter does not crack the protection; it simply burns music to a Virtual CD-RW disc and then automatically rip/encode the music stored on the Virtual CD-R. In this way, MAC M4P Converter can convert any formats of music to any formats. Because of the method it uses to provide you with unrestricted files, its use will be completely legal in most countries.

    MAC M4P Converter has been developed to give users the ability to legally convert copy-protected music and audio book files. The software supports any copy-protection formats M4P, M4B, MP3, WAV, SND, AIF (any format that iTunes supports), OGG, as well as AAC, MP4. It also supports Audible AA, Rhapsody RA and RAX formats

    MAC M4P Converter preserves ID3 tags for artist, album, title names, etc., so that all song information will be saved along with the unprotected copies.