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The Best iTunes DRM Audio Converter
« on: 12. June 2017., 09:27:59 »
The iTunes music you bought from iTunes store before 2009 is protected by DRM, and the audiobooks of iTunes until now are all protected by DRM, so it is out of luck if you prefer listening to the iTunes music or audiobooks on other non-apple devices, or enjoy them in the car. Now here comes DVDFab DRM Removal for Apple, the best iTunes DRM audio converter, which can free your iTunes audio by converting DRM protected M4P to unprotected M4A. Moreover, it also can remove the DRM from Apple music if you download the music to your music library on iTunes. Now let me show you how to remove DRM protection in three steps.
 
Note: Before using DVDFab DRM Removal for Apple, you need to allow iTunes to “share iTunes library XML with other applications”. Please run iTunes, navigate to Edit > Preferences > Advanced, and check the box before “Share iTunes Library XML with other applications”. Moreover, you have to make sure your iTunes is logged in.

1. Run DVDFab 10, go to Utilities module, and click DRM Removal for Apple. Then there will be two options for you, and please choose “For Audio”.

2.Click “Add from iTunes” to add the audio from your iTunes. Just check the songs and audiobooks you want.

3.Click the “folder” icon to select a directory to save the output audio file. And then you can click the “Start” button to begin the process of removing DRM.

For more detailed information about DVDFab DRM Removal for Apple, please go to http://www.dvdfab.cn/drm-removal.htm

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The Best iTunes DRM Audio Converter
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