What is AAC?
AAC (Advanced Audio Coding) is a standardized,
lossy compression and encoding scheme for digital audio. Designed to
be the successor of the MP3 format, AAC generally achieves better
sound quality than MP3 at many bit rates. AAC’s best known use is as
the default audio format of Apple’s iPhone, iPod, iTunes, and the
format used for all iTunes Store audio.
Why you Need to Convert AAC to MP3?
Apple’s iTunes is a very popular music services
now, which has earned millions of dollars in sales over the past few
years. In general, the format in the iTunes music sales is the
so-called AAC format. This format is DRM protected (Digital Rights
For those customers who buy music in the AAC
format, it can be quite frustrating for they cannot play their music
wherever and whenever they want. Although AAC has better sound quality
than MP3 at many bit rates, MP3 is still much more popular than AAC
around the world. Once you convert AAC to MP3
DRM protection is removed, and then you can play the converted music
on any media player and portable devices.
How to Convert AAC to MP3?
Fortunately, the elimination of the DRM protection
of the AAC is possible, by using this DRM Media
to help you convert AAC to MP3
The step by step remove DRM AAC to MP3
guide is as
Step 1: Add AAC Files
Run this DRM Media
, click “Add” button to load your AAC files:
Step 2: Select MP3 as the output format.
Set the output settings in the "Convert audio
to" area and select MP3 as the output video format.
Step 3: Begin to convert AAC to MP3
Click the "Start" button to start to convert AAC
to MP3, that's all.