Tune4mac iTunes Video Converter Platinum 4.3.4 – Remome DRM from purchased iTunes M4V videos
Convert iTunes M4V files to MOV, MP4, AVI easily. Tune4mac iTunes M4V Converter for mac can convert purchased iTunes M4V videos while playing them on iTunes background. It converts videos in high speed as well as converts M4V videos to MP4, MOV, AVI, FLV, 3GP formats with lossless quality.
Support Multiple Predefined Profiles
- Convert M4V to Apple and Web supported format. Tune4mac iTunes Video Converter can convert iTunes DRM protected M4V videos to edit them in Apple software such as iMovie, FCP(X), iDVD, iBook or to share them on YouTube, Flickr, Facebook, etc.
- Convert M4V to Kindle Fire, Galaxy, HTC, Nexus, etc. Tune4mac iTunes Video Converter is able to remove DRM from iTunes M4V purchases and convert the M4V movies to compatible formats for different portable devices, such as Apple iPhone 6S, Samsung Galaxy Series, Google Nexus, Sony Erricsson Xperia, Amazon Kindle Fire, Sony PSP, Microsoft Zune, Blackberry Smartphones, HTC Phones, Motorola Xoom, HP TouchPad etc.
Highly Customized M4V Converter for Mac
- Customized MP4/AVI. Tune4mac iTunes Video Converter allows you to customize the parameters for output files, like video size, video bit rate, audio channel, language, etc. You can converts M4V files to MOV, MP4, AVI, FLV formats with excellent quality or choose pre-defined Samsung Galaxy, Google Nexus formats for output.
- Support batch M4V Conversion. Tune4mac iTunes Video Converter supports batch M4V Conversion. You can save your time by create a batch list of M4V video from iTunes’ library, and convert them all to selected format.
Very Easy to Use
- User friendly and very easy to use. With intuitive interface, self-explanatory options, we believe you can handle this iTunes Video Converter for mac software at the first sight.
- High conversion rate & output quality. The conversation is quick, for it offers amazing recording speed. With the latest version, it supports 20X conversion speed faster than ever. The DRM removal does no harm to the video quality, and the conversion almost keeps the original definition.
OS X 10.8 or later
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