Step 1. Launch DRmare Audio Converter for Mac
Once installed, open DRmare Mac Audio Converter by clicking the software icon on the Desktop. Then it will launch the music app automatically. Once completely launched, you'll get the main window of DRmare shown as below:
Step 2. Import Locked Audiobooks/Songs
To get started, you should be aware of the proper button to add the right digital audio files to DRmare Audio Converter for Mac. If you are converting protected audios like M4P songs or AA/AAX books, then you need to click the first Add button listed at bottom left corner to import the files. To convert common audios, simply click the second Add button next to it. There is no quantity limitation, meaning you can import as many files as you want to convert in batch.
Note: If your M4P audio files are downloaded, please make sure you have authorized your Mac to play them well. Othewise they may not be converted.
Step 3. Customize Output Audio Parameters
Next, you can do some settings to make the output files fit your requirements better. Just click the 'format' icon besides Convert button to select output format as MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, M4A or M4B and change the codec, sample rate, bit rate, channel and so on. Furthermore, you can edit the ID3 tag info, volume, pitch, speed as well as split some big files to small segments. For instance, if you are converting AA/AAX audio books, you can split them by chapters.
Step 4. Start to Convert Protected Audio to Universal Format
After that, you can click the 'Convert' button to start converting the audio files to the new ones in bulk. The protection will be unlocked automatically during conversion. What worth to mention is that DRmare Audio Converter for Mac can keep the original quality with up to 10X faster all according to the number of tracks you are converting.
Step 5. Play New Audio Files Anywhere
Finally, you can click the 'history' button to locate the converted songs or audiobooks from the folder you defined before. Then you can enjoy them from any device such as burnning to CD, playing on MP3 Player, transferring to mobile devices or sharing them online.