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Noteburner M4V Converter Plus Mac App Review: Kills DRM Dead

Noteburner M4V Converter Plus is a Mac App developed by Noteburner Inc. Noteburner M4V Converter Plus for Mac is a iTunes DRM M4V Converter that can DRM protection from purchased and rented iTunes movies, TV shows, and music videos.

Noteburner M4V Converter Plus Mac App

Noteburner M4V Converter Plus can also convert M4V video files so that they will play simply and cleanly on phones, tablets, and more. This also means that you can convert video files so that they could be used to create clips in iMovie, Final Cut Pro, or iDVD. Conversion to MP4, MOV, AVI, FLV, and MPEG file types are all supported.

Noteburner M4V Converter Plus Mac App

This helpful app can also remove DRM from rented M4V movies, allowing you to keep them in your library for good. The app also makes it really easy to create videos to share on Facebook or Daily Motion.

One thing that amazed me was the sheer variety of supported device conversion types. Devices from Motorola, Samsung Galaxy, Sony, Blackberry, Palm, Sandisk, Archos, Toshiba, HTC, Apple, Western Digital, and even game consoles are all supported.

Noteburner M4V Converter Plus Mac App

If you need to create customized film clips for a school project, work presentation, or other purpose, this app makes it easy. You can upgrade for free, for life, and get free tech support.

The only downside that I can see here is the fact that Noteburner M4V Converter Plus doesn’t support 5.1 surround sound. You can try it for free, though, which is great. Upgrading to the full version will cost $49.95.

Overall, this Mac App boasts an excellent interface that is exceedingly user-friendly. If you can wrap your head around the words “drag” and “drop,” you’re already qualified to operate this helpful video app. Definitely give this app a try in its free trial state, and then decide whether you want to upgrade.

Noteburner is compatible with the following Mac operating systems: 10.5, 10.6, 10.7, 10.8 and 10.9.

About the Author: Tucker Cummings
Tucker has written for Yahoo!, Lifehack, and Digital Journal. She also writes fiction.