DRM Dumpster

DRM Dumpster 1.2

Bypasses the DRM protection of audio files and saves them as MP3, AAC, WAV, etc.
1.2 (See all)
Turns MP4 music from iTunes into regular audio files by removing their DRM protection. Outputs a wide variety of formats including WAV, MP3, AAC, APE, or AIFF. The tool works by creating a virtual DVD/CD drive and doesn't modify the quality of the original audio file.

DRM Dumpster is the legal way to convert DRM tracks from your iTunes music library to standard files. DRM Dumpster uses a CD-RW and iTunes itself to convert all of the DRM music files in your library or in a play list of your choice to files that you can use with any music player. With DRM Dumpster you can create MP3, AAC, Apple Lossles, AIFF, or WAV files from your DRM files.
DRM Dumpster uses the iTunes importers and selects the importer that you want to use without changing any of the import settings. To see or change, for example, the MP3 Import settings do this before running DRM Dumpster:
Launch iTunes
Open the Preferences
Select Advanced
Select Importing
Select Import Using: MP3
Choose your prefered import settings
DRM Dumpster will use your iTunes import settings, it does not change them.
Since DRM Dumpster supports any iTunes importer you need to make sure the settings for the importer that you want to use are correct before running DRM Dumpster.
Using DRM Dumpster is easy:
Launch DRM Dumpster
Select the format that you want to import from the popup list
Select the play list that you want to import from the popup list
If you are using a non-English iTunes enter your language equivalent for the word Protected (for example in French use prot

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