Share article How to Remove DRM from iTunes Audiobooks to MP3, AAC: Most audiobooks are encrypted by DRM(Digital Rights Management) protection, which limit ...
Most audiobooks are encrypted by DRM(Digital Rights Management) protection, which limits the usage of audiobooks on different devices.
iTunes Store, as well as Audible.com, is one of the most popular online audiobook stores, which have the largest selection of audio books available for purchases and downloads. But as we know, all those iTunes audiobooks come as protected .AA files with DRM, which means you are only allowed to play them on Apple iPod, iPhone, iTunes software. So if you want to play the protected .AA audiobooks on Creative Zen, PSP, BlackBerry or other MP3 players, you have to crack DRM from the audiobooks first. There are two such audiobook converters recommended for you.
1. For Mac Users: Tune4mac iTunes Audio Converter is a powerful audiobook converter which converts purchased iTunes AA files to unprotected MP3, AAC with CD quality on Mac OS X.
2. For Windows Users: Noteburner Audio Converter is an easy-to-use DRM remover which enables you to convert any copy-protected audiobooks and music files, like M4P, M4B, WMA, AA to unprotected MP3, WMA and WAV on Windows XP, Vista, Win 7.
With those two DRM removal tools, you can easily remove DRM protection from iTunes protected .AA audio files and convert them to plain MP3, AAC. The following is a simple tutorial of how to convert iTunes DRM protected .AA to MP3 on Mac.
* Tools Needed:
Purchased iTunes Audiobooks;
Mac OS X 10.4 or later.
Step 1. Launch Audio Converter. Click "Add" button to select audiobooks you want to convert.
Step 2. Set "Preference" to choose output format as ".mp3".
Step 3. Click "Convert" button to start converting audiobooks.
After the conversion is finished, you can get your own DRM-free iTunes audiobooks done.
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