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How to Convert M4P to WAV?

  1. Click the “Choose Files” button to select your M4P files.
  2. Click the “Convert to WAV” button to start the conversion.
  3. When the status change to “Done” click the “Download WAV” button

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What is an M4P (Apple iTunes Music Store) file?

Apple iTunes Music Store (M4P) file is an Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) file that protects its content with Digital Rights Management (DRM) technology. Essentially, Apple uses this file format to prevent unauthorized use of the music files that are available for download from the iTunes Music Store. The specific name of Apple’s DRM protection is “FairPlay,” which is precisely what protects the content in M4P files.

 

How to open an M4P file?

Since M4P files protect iTunes files, naturally the default program for opening them is iTunes. The cross-platform option, which includes all popular operating systems and mobile, is VLC media player.

 

On Windows, several other options are available, such as MediaMonkey, Winamp, and Helium Music Manager. On Mac OS X, QuickTime is a good option. If there is a problem playing the file on a device, then use Aimersoft DRM Media Converter for Windows to remove DRM protection.

 

Developed by: Apple Inc.

Initial Release: 1997

Useful links:

https://www.lifewire.com/m4p-file-2621959

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_Audio_Coding

What is a WAV (Waveform Audio) file?

Waveform Audio (WAV) is the most-popular digital-audio format for uncompressed audio files. WAV is the result of IBM and Windows iterating a Resource Interchange File Format (RIFF). WAV files are much larger than M4A and MP3 files, making them less practical for consumer use on portable players. Their quality, however, does surpass that of M4A and MP3.

 

How to open a WAV file?

The default player for opening WAV files is Windows Media Player. Alternatively, programs such as iTunes, VLC media player, and QuickTime can also be used to open and play WAV files.

 

Due to a WAV file’s higher, uncompressed quality, they are suitable for importing into music editing, production, and manipulation programs. UltraMixer is a cross-operating-system, software program for deejaying on which WAV files work well. Elmedia Player also supports WAV files.

 

Developed by: Microsoft, IBM

Initial Release: 1991

Useful links:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WAV

https://www.techopedia.com/definition/12636/waveform-audio-wav