macOS New App Release – M4V Converter Plus 4.2.9

Product Announcement – Apple has released iTunes 12.6 with a new feature for movie rental playback. Described as ‘rent once, watch anywhere’, Apple says you can now rent a movie on one device then finish watching it on another device. In response to the upgrade, M4V Converter Plus Inc. of Cortaro, Arizona has released M4V Converter Plus for Mac 4.2.9.

M4V Converter Plus for Mac is a specialized and powerful iTunes DRM removal software for Mac users. With it, you can legally remove the DRM protection from iTunes purchased M4V movies (including iTunes Extras) and iTunes Rentals before they are expired, and convert the DRM protected iTunes videos to unprotected video formats including MP4, AVI, MPG, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, 3GP, 3G2, FLV and WMV.

In addition, by using the program, users can not only play iTunes rentals on iPhone 7, iPad, Apple TV and other Apple devices, but also can transfer iTunes videos to Samsung Galaxy Series, HTC, LG G6, Google Nexus, Huawei P10, LG Smart TV, Sony PS4, Xbox One, etc.

Users can convert iTunes movies, TV Shows and music videos to common video files with 20X faster conversion speed, at the same time, AC3 Dolby 5.1 audio, multilingual subtitles and audio tracks (including audio descriptions) of iTunes videos will be preserved.

If you are the mac OS 10.11 or later user with iTunes 12.6 installed, you need to do some settings to make the software work well. See the links below for more information.

M4V Converter Plus for Mac 4.2.9 is currently available for $44.95 from the MCP Inc website. official website. The original price is $49.95. Version 4.2.9 is free upgrade to current users. A free trial version is available for users to use before they purchase.

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