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How do you get around the digital rights media setting in Windows Media Player?

Asked by moon_under_water (37points) July 20th, 2007

A local library offers audiobooks but I am unable to rip them into itunes because of the DRM

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mirza's avatar

Theres a software called TuneBite that lets you do just the thing

trifler's avatar

Download a program called Tunebite. It allows you to remove DRMs legally from audio and video files. It takes time though, as it literally plays the file and then re-records it without the DRM.

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