M4VGear is the fastest DRM remover on Mac which can remove DRM from your iTunes movie and TV show with 20X faster speed than other DRM removal programs do. It can convert all M4V video files including your iTunes purchases or rentals to many unprotected video and audio formats with perfect output quality. What's more, both Mac and Windows version of the program can retain 5.1 audio when removing DRM from iTunes videos.
Please note that the trial version of M4VGear has 1 minute conversion limit, which means you can convert the first minute of the video before you decide to purchase it. After you have purchased the full version, you will receive the register name and code to unlock the program and turn the trial version to full version.
1: Run M4VGear and click the menu from M4VGear, then select "Registration" to register your program.
2: Fill the blanks with your E-Mail and Registration Code you have received from the email. Then click OK.
Important Notes: starting from Version 4.2.3, new users who purchased M4VGear for Mac needs to register the program with your Email address and registration code, while old users can still successfully register M4VGear for Mac with registration name and registration code.
M4VGear supports converting iTunes videos in M4V format including iTunes purchased movies, TV shows, music videos, iTunes Extras or rented movies. The program removes the DRM and exports the lossless high quality videos in various video and audio formats such as MP4, MOV, MP3, and AAC, and so on. Besides, M4VGear can also output iTunes videos to many mobile devices like iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, Apple TV 4, Google Nexus series, Samsung Galaxy S7, PS4, Xbox One, etc.
Please refer to the guide about the error m4vgear cannot be opened because it is from an unidentified developer for installing M4VGear on Mountain Lion or Mavericks.
Please refer to Solution to Error Code 1000, 1002, 1003,1004, and 1006 to solve the problem when error codes appears during conversion.
Please refer to Solution to M4VGear fails to read iTunes Music Library after updating iTunes to V12.2 when you receive the error "Can not find iTunes Music Library location" or "File C:\Users\xxx\Music\iTunes\iTunes Music Library.xml not exist".
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