Ondesoft iTunes Converter
Ondesoft iTunes Converter
6.8.6

3.3

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Ondesoft iTunes Converter free download for Mac

Ondesoft iTunes Converter6.8.6

16 March 2020

Unlock DRM-protected music files.

Overview

Ondesoft iTunes Converter is designed to convert iTunes DRM-protected music files or audio books to unprotected MP3 or AAC files in batch with ID tags preserved.

In addition, the iTunes-to-MP3 Converter extracts audio from iTunes video files and saves it in all the most common audio types. It is also an M4P-to-MP3 converter and Audible-AA-files-to-MP3 converter.

Features:
  • Designed to remove DRM media files of any unwanted protection so your purchased files can be played on any iPod, iPod Touch, iPhone4, iPhone 4S, Zune, PSP and other digital players!
  • High Conversion Speed. Converts at rates up to 16x speed! Ondesoft iTunes Converter is the fastest option when it comes to unlocking DRM protected media.
  • Convert annoying M4P and Audible AA files to MP3 and AAC formats so you can listen to your media any way and any time you want.
  • No extra disc space needed. Encoding output files directly while recording, extra disc space isn't clogged with excessive temporary files.
  • Ondesoft iTunes Converter saves all the data associated with DRM protected files and applies it to output MP3, AAC files.
  • Output formats such as MP3, AAC, AC3, AIFF, AU, FLAC, M4A, M4R, and MKA with CD quality to suit your needs.
  • Batch conversion allows the user to unlock entire albums in just minutes!
  • No extra hardware or virtual drive requirements.
  • Advanced Output Options Change the output bitrate, sample rate, codec, and the number of channels.

What's new in Ondesoft iTunes Converter

Version 6.8.6:
  • Fully compatible with macOS Catalina.

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Derekcurrie
19 October 2019
Version: 6.1.2

Most helpful

Hmm. The dev "EasyM4P" = OndeSoft. "M4P to MP3 Converter" = "iTunes Converter for Mac". They are IDENTICAL apps. Prices are also the same. The app icons are the same. Why do devs do this? It of course comes off as shady. Meanwhile, my experience is that, whatever you call it, it's clunky and annoying to use. But if you can deal with its quirks, you get DRM-free files as a result. And note that there is NO upgrade pricing. Keep an eye out of this odd trickery with other OndeSoft apps sold under other names. And NO, they don't provide any address or phone number for contact. Shady...
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5
Shawn 86
17 March 2020
Version: 6.8.6
Is the best application to convert apple music EVER, I used many ways and apps with bad results, the ID tags and images are so useful, the customer service is fast and always they are improving the software
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mattbw
21 January 2020
Version: 6.8.1
Doesn't work never has.
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Derekcurrie
19 October 2019
Version: 6.1.2
Hmm. The dev "EasyM4P" = OndeSoft. "M4P to MP3 Converter" = "iTunes Converter for Mac". They are IDENTICAL apps. Prices are also the same. The app icons are the same. Why do devs do this? It of course comes off as shady. Meanwhile, my experience is that, whatever you call it, it's clunky and annoying to use. But if you can deal with its quirks, you get DRM-free files as a result. And note that there is NO upgrade pricing. Keep an eye out of this odd trickery with other OndeSoft apps sold under other names. And NO, they don't provide any address or phone number for contact. Shady...
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anneispersona
21 May 2019
Version: 4.2.0
Ive just bought this software for $40 and already the license key does NOT work. I contacted support, but no response. Has anyone else had this issue?
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bigmadmetalhead
20 May 2019
Version: 4.2.0
Awesome program. I would have paid 10x the asking price for this. I have a HUGE library. Easily 1 TB of music/album art. I signed up for apple music and they screwed up my library. When I disconnected from apple music (they were changing my album covers, I have OCD that doesn't work for me) and i lost several songs PER ALBUM. GONE. I called support and we spent hours trying to figure it out and gave them remote access to my computer. No luck my music was gone and they said I was SOL. I converted THOUSANDS of PURCHASED CD's when I got itunes back in 2009 then sold them all thinking the "cloud" was my friend. Make a long story short, I used my apple music subscription to replace all the missing songs off every album in my library then converted them and added them to the album. Done. It would have cost me THOUSANDS of dollars to fix what apple had done to my library. Instead I spent $40 and probably 100 hours of time (I had to find and delete all the songs that suddenly "could not be found"). I was SOL on all the demo CD's I had given to me by bands over the years as well as special editions. Those are gone forever. Along with every other album not available in itunes. Only complaint about this program is that I have to find and delete all the apple music files so only the ondesoft version remains. VERY TIME CONSUMING. I was able to recover thousands of songs and albums after apple destroyed my library and I couldn't be more grateful for saving me tons of cash. I had a backup available but the backup had the songs missing. I couldn't be happier with this product. I use this on my windows machine btw running windows 10. If it isn't working you just don't know what you're doing. It's a little complicated figuring it out. I thought the original got deleted when the copy was made but no. It keeps both and you have to find them and delete them (hover cursor over album and and if there's any apple music in there it will offer to "remove download"). You always want to keep the first one, that's your conversion. The other one (or more) get deleted and are the apple versions. For example: 1. Blackened- Metallica 1. Blackened- Metallica 1. Blackened- Metallica BOTTOM TWO ARE APPLE MUSIC KEEP FIRST ONE. if you do it wrong when you try to play the song it will say "file not found". BUY THIS IT's GREAT!!!!
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0.5
originalamit
17 December 2018
Version: 4.2.0
Does not work! I have been trying to make it work for a month now! The software will keep logging you out of itunes after every 2-3 songs it converts.. then the whole process stop and you have to login to itunes again. Also, makes a lot of "blank songs" ie no music..
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2.5
tmo1138
01 December 2018
Version: 3.0.1
At first it seemed to work well, but now I end up with lots of empty audio files. Rebooting helps maybe one time..

WHY does it look almost *exactly* like TuneMobile iTunes music converter??

And WHY does it install some fake AudioJingle sound driver.
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admburns
26 August 2018
Version: 3.0.1
NO files appear in the file list box when I start ondesoft converter. NB I use the windows version. Help!
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stuart-47
04 June 2018
Version: 2.9.9
Bought this program few years ago. swapped macs. cant find code. went to site. wanted site to resend code. doesn't work. contacted support twice and no reply. very annoying after i spent weeks helping the developer troubleshoot app issues then i get no reply. So based on poor support for this app, look at other programs.
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OhEssex
26 May 2018
Version: 2.9.9
This software needs iTunes running in order to convert your songs. It also says to leave iTunes alone during the conversion because otherwise issues might occur. If your song was just a file being operated on (e.g. being compressed) then any interruptions would simply delay the outcome a little (that's how multitasking works). The fact that iTunes is playing the file during the conversion and needs to be left alone to prevent errors leads me to think the software is making an analog recording the song i.e. the analog output normally directed to the speakers is being looped into the microphone inputs and then redigitized. In addition to the usual resampling errors, you also incur the linearity errors of both the digital to analog converters and the analog to digital converters. That's just a guess - it's really no different to the age old way of undermining DRM by burning your protected music onto a CD and then importing it back into iTunes. Most people would likely be OK with this because they can't hear the difference, although there definitely is a difference.
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