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How to Remove DRM from Videos, Music & E-books on Window 10

Zoey Wesson
BY Zoey Wesson   
LAST UPDATED: Dec. 01, 2016

What Is DRM and Why Is It Bad?

I believe that DRM has its place with regard to corporate intellectual property documents and data. However, I also believe that the current DRM model related to the purchased media content (music, videos, audiobooks, e-books, etc.) is over restrictive and complex and restricts users'traditional rights to control the content purchased. - Timmons

What will DRM technology mean now and in the future? No fair use. No purchase and resell. No private copies. No sharing. No backup. No swapping. No mix tapes. No privacy. No commons. No control over your computer. No control over your electronic devices. The conversion of our homes into apparatus to monitor our interaction with published works and web sites. - Heller

How to Strip DRM off Purchased Media Content on Windows 10

  • Free M4V/WMV Videos from DRM

  • Free Apple Music & Audiobooks from DRM

  • Free E-book from DRM

Free M4V/WMV Videos from DRM

Videos bought from iTunes, Amazon, Zune Marketplace, etc. are protected by the DRM and can only play on specified players. To convert DRM videos to non-protected files, you will need to use Aimersoft DRM Media Converter. It is an all-in-one DRM removal and video converter which is fully compatible with Windows 10. You can use this program to quickly convert M4V/WMV videos to MP4, MOV, MKV, AVI, etc. for playing on any device you like including iPhone, iPad, HTC, Samsung, LG, Blackberry, PSP, Xbox 360 and more.

Brief steps to remove WMV/M4V DRM protection:

  • Import videos to the program

  • Select MP4 as output format or any other format you like

  • Hit "Start" button to begin your conversion

  • Click on "Find Target" to locate the converted files


Free M4V/WMV Videos from DRM

Free Apple Music & Audiobooks from DRM

Apple Music Converter is a professional solution to remove DRM protection from Apple Music on Windows 10. You can convert the encrypted Apple Music files (M4P) or audiobooks (M4B/AA/AAX) to unprotected MP3, M4A, AC3, AIFF and FLAC formats with lossless quality. It will retain all ID3 tags of Apple Music songs and audiobooks including artwork, artist, album, year, genre, etc. Besides audio conversion, this program also supports extracting audio from iTunes movies, TV shows, etc.  It is easy-to-use with an intuitive interface so everyone can handle this program at the first sight of view. It supports the newest Windows OS including Windows 10, Windows 8/7/XP and more.

Brief steps to convert DRM Apple Music/Audiobook to DRM-free files:

  • Click on "Refresh" to update iTunes library

  • Preview iTunes playlists including music, audiobooks, etc.

  • Select Apple music songs/audiobooks to convert

  • Select output format and output folder

  • Hit "Convert" button to start conversion


Free Apple Music & Audiobooks from DRM

Free E-book from DRM

Epubor Ultimate Converter makes it simple to convert a bunch of books to EPUB, PDF, Mobi, TXT, and HTML, etc. It can convert e-books from almost all the popular retailers including Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble Nook, Sony, Kobo, Google Play, Lulu, Samshword, etc. As for DRM removal, this program helps you remove DRM from Adobe, Kindle, Kobo, B&N Nook (Apple iBook is not supported) with simple drag-and-drop. You can add multiple files at a time and this program can handle it smoothly.

Brief steps to free e-book from DRM:

  • Add files to the program via drag-and-drop feature

  • Select output format

  • Click on "Convert" to begin your e-book DRM removal


Free E-book from DRM

Now you can get rid of the DRM protection and keep your own backups. Do you know another way out to free your video, music or e-books from DRM? Or are you having problems with the methods described above? Tell us in the comments.


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