Enjoying iTunes videos with 5.1 audio or AC3 audio track at your home cinema will be a really fantastic experience. However, iTunes videos are protected by DRM and it causes one problem, that is, these iTunes videos can't be played on other devices except for Apple devices. Even though there are some iTunes movie removal software on the market that can help strip DRM and convert to DRM-free videos, but until now, none of them could keep the AC3 audio track after conversion. This puzzles a lot. How to remove DRM to get the unprotected videos while keeping the original 5.1 surrounding audio? Do you have any solution?
M4Vgear DRM Media Converter is the fastest DRM remover in the world which can remove DRM from iTunes videos at 20X faster speed and at the same time, keep 5.1 audio of iTunes videos. After converting with M4VGear, you will get DRM-free iTunes videos with 5.1 audio and lossless quality. Let us see how to keep 5.1 audio when removing DRM from iTunes videos below.
Program: M4VGear DRM Media Converter for Mac
iTunes: the latest version
Operating system: Mac OS X 10.8 & 10.9 & 10.10
1: Launch M4VGear and iTunes will be opened automatically.
2: Click "Add" button on the upper left to choose iTunes videos from iTunes library and then click "OK".
3: Click the "Setting" button of the loaded video to choose audio track you want to save. You can choose to save All Audio that includes stereo and 5.1 audio or only 5.1 audio.
4: Click "Convert Now" button on the bottom right to start removing DRM from iTunes videos. After the conversion finished, you can open output directory to find the DRM-free MP4 videos with 5.1 audio in MP4 format. Now you can stream these videos with 5.1 audio with Apple TV or play them on QuickTime Player.
5.1, the common name for six channel surround sound multichannel audio systems, is now the most commonly used layout in both commercial cinemas and home theaters. It uses five full bandwidth channels and one low-frequency effects channel. Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic II, DTS, and SDDS are all common 5.1 systems. 5.1 is also the standard surround sound audio component of digital broadcast and music.