Tip & How-To about Sony Audio Players & Recorders
If you like to buy some music videos from iTunes store as well, you would encounter the same problem as me. We want to listen to the music on the MP3 players sometimes. However, the iTunes downloaded music video is copy right protected and limited to play on any other devices except Apple's. Here is the best tip for you to extract audio track from iTunes M4V videos and convert M4V to MP3 losslessly. To finish the steps, you will need something necessary - TunesKit DRM Media Converter (iTunes DRM Removal for Mac Remove DRM from iTunes Rentals and Purchases on... )
How-to: Convert iTunes M4V Videos to DRM-free Audio Formats
Step 1. Add iTunes M4V file
Double click to launch TunesKit DRM M4V Converter and click on the "Add Files" button. There will be a popup window showing all the movies, TV shows or music videos in your iTunes library. Then you can choose the video you want to extract audio from and click "OK" to load it to the converter.
Step 2. Choose output audio format
Now click the Format section in the bottom left of TunesKit to set the format for the output audio file. It provides multiple common audio output formats, including MP3, AAC, WMA, FLAC, OGG, etc. Choose the one you want and adjust audio parameters, like sample rate, bit rate, etc. before moving to the next step.
Step 3. Start extracting audio from iTunes video
Now you can let the application remove the DRM and extract audio from iTunes M4V movie or TV episode by clicking "Convert" button.
It will work at 30X faster speed when converting the iTunes M4V movies to DRM-free audios. Once the conversion finishes, you can find the output audio files in the folder you previously set before conversion. Then you can use some free audio cutter or tools like that to cut the file from the specific music starts time to the end so that you can get the ex tact audio file to enjoy.
TunesKit DRM iTunes Video Converter is a simple way to extract audio from iTunes videos to MP3, AAC, WAV and other formats for easy playback on any device, including Apple iPod, iPhone, iPad, Samsung Galaxy Tab, BalckBerry PlayBook, Kindle Fire, HTC phones, Motorola Droids, car radio, and any popular MP3 player, etc. With a friendly interface, every one can handle it easily to extract audio tracks from any protected iTunes videos.
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