Convert iTunes M4P to AAC on Mac OS X
How convert iTunes music to open AAC with MAC M4P Converter
By setting in the Preferences of MAC M4P Converter, you could choose to convert any music files on iTunes to AAC format.
You could select the Output Format from MP3 to AAC, then the output files of conversions will be changed to AAC.
How M4P to AAC conversion works
MAC M4P Converter is designed to convert copy-protected music files and unprotected music files to unprotected AAC or MP3 files on Mac OS X. Then you could play it anywhere.
MAC M4P Converter is an All-in-One tool to burn CD, rip CD, and encode to open AAC or MP3. The following picture shows the workflow on how MAC M4P Converter converts protected music on iTunes to MP3 or AAC:
Convert protected M4P music files to AAC legelly
This DRM Removal does not crack any drm-protections; it simply burns music on iTunes to a Virtual CD-RW disc, then automatically rip/encode the music stored on the Virtual CD-R. So, MAC M4P Converter can remove copy protections from any formats of music to any formats. Because of the method it uses to provide you with unrestricted files, its use will be completely legal in most countries.
Some examples of the protected formats you can get are iTunes M4P music files. You might be limited to play a song using only the products by the company that sold it to you. MAC M4P Converter is for people who believe they got a bad deal by getting these files, and it gives you a chance to legally copy the music to unrestricted MP3 files, so you can do with it as you wish.
Remove DRM Protection with ID3 tags preserved
MAC M4P Converter gets all ID tags information of the converting songs from iTunes, and saves these ID tags into the output music files. So that song information will be saved along with the unprotected copies while remove DRM protections.