Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Does the M4P Converter for Mac compatible with the newly released macOS 10.13 High Sierra?

A: Yes, M4P Converter is completely compatible with High Sierra 10.13.2 and will always keep up to date with the latest Mac OS X. (Note: To output the highest audio quality, M4P Converter only supports converting Apple Music at 1X speed under macOS High Sierra.)

Q: Since the latest update of iTunes 12.7.3. M4P Converter for Mac does not work anymore, How to fix this?

A: The latest version of M4P Converter for Mac v2.9.9 fully compatible with iTunes Please download the latest version from here and reinstall it.

Q: What are the limitations of Easy M4P Converter trial version?

A: The trial version of Easy M4P Converter only allows you to convert three minutes for each audio file. Also the trial only allows you to use 30 days. while the full version does not have these restrictions. By using the trial version, potential customers can make sure that it is compatible with their computer systems and satisfy all of their requirements and demands before purchasing the full version.

Q: Is legal to convert DRM protected M4P music to unprotected audio with Easy M4P Converter ?

A: Yes. It is 100% legal. The program emulates the workflow of recording to convert purchased Apple music to DRM-free files without breaking any digital right management. As a software user your legal rights are protected.

Q: When converting tracks Easy M4P converter does not recognize the end of the track and keeps recording with the progress stuck at e.g. 97.5%?

A: The solution is to download the latest version of Easy M4P Converter and reinstall it. In iTunes, if there is anything in the “Up next” list when the conversion happens it can append other songs to the end of each converted MP3. So you need to clear the “UP Next” field before doing any converting.

Q: What output formats does Easy M4P Converter support?

A: For audio conversion Easy M4P Converter output formats are MP3, MKA, M4R, AU, AIFF, FLAC, M4A, AAC, AC3, and etc.

Q: Can Easy M4P Converter convert Apple Music from iCloud directly ?

A: Yes, The software supports remove DRM from Apple Music and convert Apple music from iCloud directly, No need to download Apple Music tracks to local.

Q: Can I copy my protected M4P music to iPhone/iPad or Car Player?

A: Yes, you can copy protected music to your iPhone/iPad or Car Player after you have converted them with Easy M4P Converter.

Q: When I run the software, it also runs iTunes automatically, can I quit it by myself?

A: M4P Converter works with iTunes, which needs iTunes to play the audio files through the whole conversion. You can't quit iTunes, otherwise the conversion will be failed because of the playing interrupted.

Q: If I reinstall my computer will your software work ?

A: Yes, please use your license code while reinstalling the software.

Q: How to speed up the M4P conversion?

A: Open the “Preferences” window, You can free to change the speed up to 16X for audio converting.

Q: The output quality is unsatisfied, how to improve the output sound quality?

A: Please set the output format as MP3 and BitRate as 256 kbps. and slow down the converting speed.

Q: How to convert protected Apple music to MP3 format on Windows?

A: Please follow the step by step guide on Howo to convert Apple music to MP3?

Q: How to convert M4P Files to M4A, MP3 or AAC on Windows?

A: Please follow the step by step guide on convert M4P to MP3, M4A, or AAC files without DRM ?

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