M4V Converter Plus for Mac
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How to Convert M4V to MP4 easily

M4V files are iTunes Video Files. The M4V file format is a standard file format for videos for iPods and PlayStation Portables developed by Apple. Nowadays, Apple's products like the iPod, iPhone, and iTunes Store, are becoming more and more popular so M4V files are becoming more commonly used. The M4V file format is based on the MPEG-4 AVC video codec, which is a global media standard with the aim to provide optimized video podcasts for the iPod.

Why do you need M4V Converter?

Do you want to play M4V format video with iPod, iPhone Zune or more player devices? But M4V videos purchased from iTunes store can't be played freely. It allows you to play on five devices because of DRM protected. So, if you want to play the M4V video everywhere, you need to remove the DRM.

M4V Converter Plus is a program which can remove the iTunes DRM. With it, you can convert M4V format to unprotected MP4 videos. And then you could play it with your mp4 player wherever you go.

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How to convert M4V to MP4 On Mac OS X

M4V Converter Plus allows you to convert iTunes M4V files to unprotected videos formats like MP4 directly. It can record the movies you purchased or rented from iTunes Store with 30X faster conversion speed.

1. Download the M4V to MP4 Converter, install and launch it.

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2. Click Add Movies to import iTunes M4V videos to the converter.

The M4V to MP4 Converter enables you to drag M4V files to the main window directly. It support converting iTunes movies purchases & rentals, TV shows and music videos.

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3. Set MP4 as output format.

Note: It supports batch conversion. You can add batch of videos to the software and convert them to single format. The software can convert them one by one.

4. Start M4V to MP4 conversion progress.

You can see the software works with a high speed. Few seconds later, you can see the unprotected video files on your Mac.

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