Hong Kong, China – DRmare Studio, one of the most professional iTunes DRM removal tool creators all around the world, officially released a new version of its M4V Converter for Mac to fully fix out iTunes 12.7 compatibility issues on macOS 10.12 Sierra or lower. With the latest release of DRmare M4V Converter for Mac, all DRmare users running iTunes 12.7 are able to remove DRM protection from all iTunes M4V video files, such as movies, TV episodes, music videos, and iTunes Extras on macOS 10.12 Sierra or lower without any obstacle. At the same time, Windows customers of DRmare M4V Converter don’t need to worry about the iTunes 12.7 compatibility issues as it’s not affected by the latest iTunes upgrade at all.
Since the release of iTunes 12.7 on September 12, DRmare M4V Converter users, especially those running macOS have found the program can’t work properly as before. So do other iTunes DRM removal tools in the market. Then every iTunes DRM removal tool developer began to try their best to research and seek for the solution around the clock to fully support the latest iTunes. Until now, as one of the market leaders in making extraordinary iTunes M4V converter, DRmare Software takes the leading position. By adopting innovative and creative DRM decryption technology, DRmare R&D team successfully works out the solution to remove DRM limitation from movies, TV shows as well as other iTunes videos from iTunes 12.7 on Mac OSX 10.8 to macOS 10.12.
“Apart from perfectly supporting iTunes version 12.7, this powerful DRmare M4V Converter for Mac also updated other features, such as improved conversion speed, quality and stability. Thanks to the technician personnel’s painstaking testing, DRmare iTunes DRM removal tool is fully compatible with Mac OSX 10.8, 10.9, 10.11, macOS 10.12 and Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10 running the latest iTunes 12.7.” said Dave, the marketing manager of DRmare, “DRmare Studio will adhere to update softwares and add more features for meeting particular requirements, such as the support for 4K iTunes movies and macOS 10.13 High Sierra, etc.”
Key Features about DRmare M4V Converter:
Available for Mac and Windows OS, DRmare M4V Converter is one of the excellent iTunes DRM crackers developed to break the DRM lock from iTunes rentals and purchases. Apart from removing DRM protection from movies, TV episodes, iTunes Extras, music videos, and any other videos from iTunes, DRmare M4V Converter is also a functional video converter, which can not only convert iTunes DRM M4V videos to other common formats, such as MP4, MOV, MPEG, MKV, AVI and so on, but also transfer these iTunes files to multiple devices, like Samsung Galaxy series, Xbox, Windows phones, Google Nexus and smart TV. In addition, it’s able to preserve all audio tracks and subtitles including AC3 5.1 sound audios, AD tracks as well as closed captions.
More about iTunes 12.7:
When you updated your iTunes to version 12.7, don’t be surprised to be noted that iTunes have updated to focus on music, movies, TV shows, podcast and audiobooks, since Apple Store and ringtones section of iTunes have been entirely removing from iTunes 12.7. But you can download them on your iOS devices. The good news is that there are some new features added in iTunes 12.7, such as it supports syncing iOS 11 devices, Apple Music allows you to follow friends and see what they are listening to, and iTunes U Collections are a part of the Apple Podcasts family now.
DRmare Studio is an innovative consumer software provider specialized in developing DRM removal tools mainly for iTunes digital media, such as iTunes movies, TV shows, etc, aiming to play as a top-leading DRM removal expert. All the DRM removal products from DRmare are combined with robust performance and user-oriented design. The current product line of DRmare contains M4V Converter for Mac and Windows. More new DRM removal tools are under development. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2017 DRmare Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, MacOS, OS X and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.