Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Yet another lossy way to remove iTunes DRM...

DRM Dumpster automates the process of burning your protected iTunes songs to a CD-RW and re-ripping them into your preferred format. Once it fills the rewritable CD, DRM Dumpster erases it and keeps on burning and ripping. It even calculates a recommended tips based on how many songs it decoded.

Assuming DRM Dumpster keeps the originals high quality copies around, it may just cut the mustard for my MP3 CD project.


Blogger Sony Mathew said...

They claim its legal? How?

10:38 AM  
Blogger Bob Lee said...

Why wouldn't it be?

10:44 AM  
Blogger Sethy said...

Converting the protected file into unprotected mp3 seems much easier to my mind: http://www.soundtaxi.info/

7:28 AM  
Blogger Blue berry said...

What about Daniusoft Digital Music Converter?
I have used to convert protected music and other audio files which could convert in a good quality.

10:30 PM  

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