- Bypass FairPlay DRM from iTunes M4V rentals and purchases
- Supports to convert M4V to MPEG and other formats
- Run at a 30X faster speed while keeping the lossless quality
- Convert iTunes M4V to popular media devices
Since iTunes plays an important role in playing and organizing digital music and video files, the M4V files become more and more popular in the market. But to our iTunes fans' disappointment, these iTunes M4V movies and TV shows purchased and rented from iTunes store are only permitted to play on Apple devices due to the FairPlay DRM technology. That is to say, M4V videos are not available in playing on other portable devices and editing for special uses. If you are one of the iTunes fans, you might wonder if there's a good method to figure it out. Certainly! The most effective solution is to get rid of the restriction of DRM and convert M4V to other popular formats that are compatible with multiple devices, such as MP4, MPEG, AVI, WMV and etc. If you also would like to save your computer memory and playback these iTunes videos with high quality, I highly recommend converting M4V to MPEG.
Are you looking for a functional converter to gain MPEG files from iTunes M4V files? Why not to try this impressive and professional M4V to MPEG Converter, namely DRmare M4V Converter for Mac, which can help you achieve this goal easily. It is specialized in removing DRM protection from iTunes DRM M4V videos, including movie purchases, rentals, TV episodes, music videos as well as iTunes Extras and it enables you to convert those iTunes DRM M4V videos to DRM-free MPEG files with 100% original quality. Besides, this easy-to-use M4V to MPEG Converter also supports converting M4V to other video and audio formats, including AVI, MP4, WMV, MOV, MP3, etc.
Here, we will give a quick tutorial to show you how to convert iTunes DRM M4V videos to MPEG in 3 steps only. Please note that you have downloaded and installed the M4V to MPEG Converter for Mac on your computer firstly.
M4V, created by Apple Inc., is a standard format of video files, and it is generally build-in iPods, iPhones, PlayStation Portable and etc. And the M4V is totally close to MP4 format. The slight difference is that M4V is able to store chapter information and handle AC3 (Dolby Digital) audio files. But AC3 is not directly compatible with MP4 container. In addition, we have mentioned above that M4V files are encrypted by FairPlay DRM technology.
MPEG (known as MPG) refers to formal auditing procedures of a series of video coding standards made by the Moving Picture Experts Group in general. MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 are both general coding standards for mobile images and related audio information. With the use of digital video and audio data compression specifications and algorithms, the MPEG are widely used to store videos and audios because it makes it possible to reduce size keeping high resolution and bit rate.