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How to Remove DRM Protection with Wonder DRM Converter?

Wonder DRM Converter is an all-around video program which helps you to convert videos and audios in all popular formats like AVI, WMV, MP4, FLV, 3GP, MOV, MP3, M4R and more, remove DRM protection from any media file including iTunes music and videos, Widows WMV videos, WMA audios, protected files in M4P, M4V, M4A, M4B, ASF etc. The software fully supports portable devices like iPod, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Zune, PSP, Wii, HTC, Nokia, etc.

 

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Free Download and Install DRM Converter

Download DRM Converter to your local disc. Follow set-up wizard to install it. And then run it.

 

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Add Media Files to the Software

Now you may want to add video/audio files to the program. Either click on Add button or drag media files to the tool. Successfully imported files will be listed on the main panel. There is a window on the right where you can preview the files.

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Select the Right Output Format

Select a right output file format according to your specific need. You can simply choose the portable player that you have as the output. Also, you may click on Settings, and you can set video/audio parameters such as resolution, sample rate, channel and bit rate.

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Start Removing & Converting

Click on Start when everything is set, and the media converter will convert all the imported videos and audios immediately.


Once the imported files are removed from DRM protection and converted to your desired format, you can enjoy them on your iPad, iPad 2, iPod Touch 4, iPhone 4, Zune, Creative Zen, Nokia, Google, Android, Blackberry and more.

What is DRM?
Digital rights management (DRM) is a generic term for access control technologies that can be used by hardware manufacturers, publishers, copyright holders and individuals to limit the usage of digital content and devices. Digital rights management is used by companies such as Sony, Amazon, Apple Inc., Microsoft, AOL and the BBC.