Just a few decades ago, no one would have imagined that music and books could be sold as compressed files on very tiny flash disks allowing users to carry them wherever they go. Music in the old days was made up of an entire band with bulky music instruments and a dozen or more singers. In the not so distant past, all books were printed and were found on shelves in public libraries or in homes. Now both music and books can be carried around on phones and laptops with ease.
To make money out of these computer files, musicians, authors and producers have teamed up with software developers to come up with digital protection tools to protect their copyright as well as curtail any illegal distribution and selling of their content.
The protection stops a buyer from distributing to their friends and family or even to their own second or third devices. Especially those using different dives for work and for personal use. These protection, also called Digital Rights Management or DRM however, also restricts buyers from using their use of the content on a different device or in any other format.
Personally we can’t count the number of times we have helped a consumer access a digital file such as music and books from one device to another. For example buying a TV show or movie from iTunes and watch it on an Android phone is a menace without knowing that the DRM protection can be removed.
DRmare M4V Converter which specializes in removal tools for iTunes movies, TV shows among others uses latest DRM trends and technologies to help such consumers unlock their iTunes restricted data to give them the freedom they need.
The iTunes DRM removal software removes copyright locks from purchased and rented iTunes media such as iTunes movies, iTunes TV shows, iTunes Extras, and iTunes M4V video converter among others. The software helps users to play iTunes digital media like files that never had any restriction before.
For rentals, DRmare M4V Converter removes the rental restriction to allow users continue using the software even after the rental time expires with zero quality loss and the ability to allow consumers to customize the output video formats and parameters they prefer.
The software supports non-lossless output media formats including MOV, MP4, MPEG, WMV, AVI, MKV, FLV, 3GP, MP3, WMA, WAV among others and can be manually customized on video codec, bit rate, frame rate, size among others.
For music lovers, the DRmare M4V converts their video to MP3, M4A, AAC, AC3, OGG, CAF, AIFF, APE, FLAC, WAV, VMA, M4B, M4R, MKA, AU and ALAC and a user can then sync the files to all the devices they own such as Android, Windows and iOS devices without having to purchase new licences. As we discussed earlier, the firm has both the Windows and Mac version of the software.
The software can run on a computer with 512 RAM and 1G Hz processor and the user needs not have any technical skills to use the DRM Removal Solution & M4V Video Converter. The firm has both an M4V Converter for Mac and M4V Converter for Windows to help every iTunes user access their content easily whether purchased and rented. The DRmare M4V Converter unlocks DRM-locked iTunes videos such as music, TV shows and books with just a few clicks minus losing any of the original quality.
Is using a DRM Remover illegal? The truth is that DRM were put on digital content against illegal access and duplication or distribution that time when content was so expensive to buy and pirates copied files and made money distributing them.
The greatest pain isn’t about piracy but mostly about formats for use. For example if you buy a digital book or buy music on iTunes, you can’t access these files on a Windows PC or on an Android phone, and you might be forced to buy the same content again if you lose your device, buy a different device or go to a region where it’s difficult to assess your network coverage.
By removing the DRM restrictions from your music, movies and TV shows, and also being able to move files from one format to another, DRmare M4V Converter gives its users the freedom they need after purchasing or downloading any files.