As shown in the post iTunes Converter for Mac, iTunes Converter for Mac can be used to remove DRM from iTunes music and convert iTunes music M4P to MP3 on Mac OS X. So why do we need to convert iTunes music from M4P to MP3?
This is because songs purchased from iTunes Store are in DRM copy protection. If you want to play them on a non-Apple device, or just switched from an iPhone to a Samsung Galaxy S3 and now want to transfer them to your new device, the DRM stops you. You have to get the iTunes music DRM free first. And iTunes Converter for Mac comes to the rescue!
How to Convert M4P to MP3 on Mac?
1. Download and install iTunes Converter to your Mac
iTunes Converter is compatible with Mac OS X 10.6 or later (including 10.9 Mavericks).
2. Select songs to convert
Run iTunes Converter. Select the songs you want to convert.
Note: This iTunes Converter will automatically fetch all playlists and files from your iTunes Library. There is no need to import files.
3. Make output settings
Click the “Options” icon at the top of the main interface (or click iTunes Converter – Preferences) make output settings. You can set conversion speed, output file name, output formats, etc. for the output files. Also you can choose to save ID tags and metadata information to the output MP3 files.
4. Start to convert m4p to mp3
Click the “Convert” icon at the top of the main interface to start to convert iTunes music to MP3. You can explore the output files and folders by right clicking the completed items on the main interface.