M4V Converter Plus - Convert iTunes M4V protected files to unprotected MOV, MP4, M4V and other audio formats with high quality and fast conversion speed, even more, it can convert the purchased iTunes movies and iTunes movies rental.
Description: M4V Converter Plus is a powerful M4V video format converter, which can convert purchased m4v videos to QuickTime MOV, MP4, iPod, iPhone, AppleTV, or audio format in high speed and great quality. It supports converting iTunes M4V rental. The only condition is your iTunes can play the M4V rental. It uses multiple-speed recording technology to record M4V, then encode to unprotected MOV, M4V or MP4 format. It has been designed for ripping DRM from M4V to convert to be playable on iPod, iPhone, PSP, Zune. It converts DRM M4V in fast speed and high quality. It can also convert any video on your iTunes library. M4V Converter Plus can also support extracting the audio from M4V files. Batch conversion is supported by this powerful m4v converter. It is very easy to use, with just a few clicks, you can successfully finish our conversion. It is a universal application, works on both Intel-based Mac and PPC-based Mac. It new adds MOV format in output presets. It is stable and same as source.
System Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5 or higher, Intel only
Change Info: Refine the engine of M4V converter, be more stable, fully compatible with Mac OS X 10.8, keep multiple language tracks of M4V movies in the output files and the sequence of language tracks are kept. Do not support iTunes 10.4 or iTunes 10.5 any more.
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