Video files exported from iTunes are normally saved to the M4V format, which permits DRM protection and isn’t supported by a wide range of video players, unlike other popular formats.
DRmare M4V Converter is a handy macOS application that can quickly convert these files to numerous video formats that are more easily playable on various devices. It doesn’t stand out when it comes to its feature set, but it is very easy to use.
Intuitive M4V converter and DRM remover
Once you have downloaded all the videos you wish to convert, you only need to drop them in the main app window to add them to the processing queue. However, note that iTunes needs to be available when attempting to convert videos.
After selecting the desired output format and export location, you can begin converting the files right away, although you also have the option of choosing the audio streams and subtitles to be used.
Convert files to various widely-used video formats
DRmare M4V Converter enables you to export videos to formats such as MP4, AVI, MOV, MKV, WMV and 3GP. Quite a few presets are available for popular devices, making it easy to create files that will be playable in various circumstances.
Several parameters can be customized before launching the conversion process, such as the encoder, frame rate, resolution and bit rate.
Remove DRM protection with this straightforward app
Aside from converting videos, the application also removes the copyright protection that prevents them from being played on certain devices. The operation is performed automatically during conversion.
There are no other editing tools for you to take advantage of, as it is not possible to trim the videos or split them into multiple parts, but this is a great utility for users who are looking for a basic conversion tool.
On the whole, DRmare M4V Converter is a relatively simple application that enables you to convert iTunes M4V videos to various formats and remove DRM protection. It comes with a decent array of features, and it is not at all difficult to use.
- Updated output profiles by adding iPhone X, iPhone 8/8 Plus, Google Pixel, and other new devices
- Fixed other bugs
OS X 10.8 or later, 64-bit processor