Onde iTunes Converter is an application that lets you free your iTunes files. As you may know, when you buy music or movies on iTunes, you will only be able to play them on a small number of devices. The only way to gain control over the media that you have purchased is by using an application like this to extract the media from iTunes. When you launch it, it will open iTunes and it will display all your music, movies, TV shows and playlists. You can simply check the songs that you want to set free and click on the "Start Convert" button. It should be noted that even though video files are listed, they will be converted to MP3 files or any of the other supported audio formats: M4A, AC3, WAV, AAC, AIFF, AU, FLAC, M4R, and MKA.
When you click on one of your songs, on the bottom pane, you will find your conversion settings. There is a Metadata tab that lets you check the metadata information on your songs and even empty or modify it.
From the Preferences window, you can edit the conversion profiles by changing the settings manually, then you can save them to use them from the main window.
Unfortunately, I didn't have any files purchased via iTunes to test this application, so all I did was see if my songs were displayed and if I could convert them to other formats. And everything worked quite well. The trial version only lets you convert 3 minutes of each song, but it should be enough to see if it can deal with your locked files.
- Fully-featured trial
- It detected my iTunes songs
- None that I could find