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.

4 Comments:

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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