macOS New Release – M4V Converter Plus for Mac4.2.6

Product Announcement –  – MCP Inc. of  has released M4V Converter Plus for Mac 4.2.6. With this new version release, it is capable of working perfectly on macOS Sierra 10.12.2 and macOS 10.12.3 Sierra beta now. That’s to say, you are allowed to remove DRM protection from iTunes movies and TV shows on Apple’s newest macOS Sierra 10.12.3 Beta. The more stable version as well as retains compatibility with Mac OS X 10.8, 10.9, 10.10, and 10.11.

M4V Converter Plus for Mac Overview

M4V Converter Plus for Mac is a powerful iTunes DRM Removal tool, which is dedicated to helping users to strip Apple DRM from iTunes protected M4V files by converting them to unprotected M4V, MOV, FLV, AVI, WMV, etc. Besides, it can also extract audio files from M4V videos and save it to standard MP3, FLAC, AAC, WMA with 5.1 audio tracks and Subtitles preserved. You can Adjust, Trim and Modify iTunes videos with a custom function.

By using the program, you can enjoy the converted iTunes movies on iPhone, iPad, tablets, game consoles, android phones and more mobile devices. It can support 30X faster video conversion speed with original quality output.

New users can directly download installation package and get a free trial version at the M4V Converter Plus for Mac website. If you want get the full version, you can directly buy it in $44.95 from the M4V Converter Plus for Mac website. Current users qualify for the free upgrade, just launch the program or click Check for Updates. We offer free technical support for those buying our software. If you have any advice on our product, you can give your feedback to via the survey email to Support.

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