Noteburner Audio Converter is an all-in-one audio converter, which can easily convert DRM protected iTunes music or audio files such as M4P, M4B, M4A files to plain MP3, WMA or WAV formats ready for use on any computers or mobile music devices such as iPod, PSP, Zune, iPhone, MP3 player, CD player, cellular phone and any latest smartphones such as Motorola Atrix 4G, HTC smartphones. Noteburner can also convert DRM-free music to MP3, WMA or WAV.Features
Convert DRM iTunes Files - convert m4p to mp3, m4b/m4a to mp3 etc.
Remove the DRM from the purchased iTunes files. Convert the M4P music to MP3/AAC/WMA/OGG. Convert M4B/M4A audiobooks to plain MP3/WMA/WAV/AAC etc..
Convert DRM WMA file to MP3 format with Windows Media Player
For Windows Media Player 9 or 10 users, Noteburner can help you convert WMA files to MP3 and WAV format for playing on MP3 player. Noterburner can also work on Realplayer 11.
Convert DRM Music to all kinds of portable devices and cellphones
Noteburner can help you convert the protected music to any formats for playing on all kinds of portable media players and smartphones such as iPod, Zune, PSP, Archos, Sony Walkman, Creative Zen, Sandisk sansa, iAudio & Cowon, Motorola & Nokia smartphones and any other MP3/MP4 music players
Convert with fast conversion speed and high quality
Noteburner Audio Converter is automated. The only thing you need to do is just adding M4P tracks to a playlist and set default CD burner to NoteBurner's virtual CD-RW and then burn. Virtual CD can emulate your computer RAM and hard disk as erasable CD-RW drive (Virtual CD-RW), the converting speed is at least 10 times faster than any other programs which use recording as one of the core converting tricks.
Latest version supports Windows 7 64bit OS
NoteBurner V2.31 now supports both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows systems including XP, Vista and Windows 7. We recommend you upgrade to latest version
Supported Input Formats
|Audio||Protected M4P, M4A, M4B, WMA, WAV, AA, RA, OMA, unprotected MP3 WMA, AAC etc.|
Supported Output Formats
|Audio||Plain MP3, AAC, WMA, OGG, FLAC and WAV|
Supported media players
|iPod, Zune, PSP, Archos, Sony Walkman, Creative Zen, Sandisk sansa, iAudio & Cowon, and any other MP3/MP4 music players, as well as for cellphones such as Sony Erricssion, Nokia Nseries, BlackBerry, Samsung, LG, Motorola, and many other portable media players|
|OS||32-bit & 64-bit Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7|
|HDD||1GB of available hard disc drive space or more|
|RAM||256 megabytes (MB) or higher of RAM|
|Resolution||Monitor with 1024x768 pixels or higher resolution|
|Media player||Media player such as iTunes, Windows Media Player, RealPlayer etc.|
|Authorization||DRM license (if you want to convert protected music)|
User Guide Of M4P Converter
This document applies to iTunes 10 with the latest version of NoteBunrer and also iTunes 8 & 9, please pay attention to the different step of iTunes 10 and iTunes 8 & 9. And here bellow is the help of Notburner Audio Converter working with Apple iTunes.
Step1. Choose target format and output folder
1. On the main window of NoteBurner, click the Settings button, a dialogue box will pop-out.
2. Browse to choose a file folder for storing the converted songs.
3. Choose MP3 as output format.
4. Go to MP3 tab and check the ID3Tag options.
5. Click the OK button to save the changes.
Step 2. Create playlist to contain songs for converting to MP3
You can burn the already existing iTunes playlist, or create a new playlist, and then add selected songs to the playlist for converting to MP3.
1. Choose the menu File > New Playlist, or click the addition sign to create a new playlist
2. Select songs or audiobooks in your iTunes library
3. Right-click on the selected files, choose “Add to playlist > (The playlist you create)”
Since NoteBurner utilizes virtual CD burning mechanism to convert audio files, it's suggested that one playlist shall contain no more than 74 minutes music, that's approximately 650 MB files, the standard capacity of Compact Disc. If the playlist contains more than 74 minutes, the converted audio tracks might be divided into two or more virtual discs, depending on the number of the songs you add to the playlist.
Step 3. Choose NoteBurner as CD burner, and then burn the playlist
1. For iTunes 10
In iTunes 10, please right click the playlist that you want to burn, then please select the iteam"Burn Playlist to Disc"
2. For iTunes 8 & 9
Please click on the Burn Disc button to start burning the playlist.
In iTunes 8 & 9, before the burning starts, you will be prompted to choose CD burner. You should:
•Choose NoteBurner Virtual_CD_RW as the CD burner
•Select Audio CD as Disc Format
•Check the "Include CD Text" option
Step 4. Get the MP3 files
The converted playlist and songs will show up on the main window of NoteBurner.
1. You can double-click any song to preview the music, or click the Play button to play selected song
2. Click the Folder button to open the output folder, where you will find the converted MP3 files
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What Users Say
"I tried NoteBurner both on my laptop with Windows XP and MacBook. It works perfectly for my iTunes M4P music collection. It is much more faster than other conversion tools using audio recording method."