Professional DRM remover which convert DRM protected audio & video files into common formats, support both audio and video formats including: M4A, M4B, M4P, AAC, AC3, MP3, OGG, WMA, WAV, M4V, AVI, WMV, MP4, MOV, FLV, 3GP, ASF, remove DRM legally from media files and return you full user rights, all codec build-in ensures output audio and video sync with outstanding quality on your iPod, iPhone, iPad, Android Phone, PSP, Sansa, etc.
Want to free your music? No offense to apple and credit should be given for their effort in bending over the publishers to give up the DRM for music from itunes in 2009. Still, there are DRM protected music and audiobooks, if you are a believer of fair use and incline to keep the files as you see fit. Then the article will guide you to remove the DRM from iTunes music, video and audio books, and upload the DRM free media to google music which claims to be able to free your music.
Google music supported a relatively wide range of audio format, including: mp3, m4a, ogg, flac and wma. Itunes’s DRM protected music are aac music files with .m4p file extension, audiobooks are with .m4b extension.
This is a step by step guide to upload DRM protected iTunes music and audiobook to google music.
First download iTunes to google music converter, the software supports to remove DRM from iTunes music, video and audiobooks and convert the DRM free files to universal format such as mp3 or mp4.
Import the files to iTunes to google music converter.
Set output format, mp3 is preferable.
The software is pretty simple to use if your goal is to free the music, otherwise you can also customize a little bit to the output music as in effects, ratios and etc…
Now the DRM has been removed and music is in proper type, you can uploaded to google music and have access to it from anywhere, at any time.