iPod and iPhone are cult, whether as player or as mobile phone. But can the iTunes store also be called cult? Or any other provider, who sees his chance in making a lot of money with short video clips and/or other DRM-protected content? Or system crashes, which together with the irretrievably lost licenses also destroyed those ‘protected’ music tracks, while the seller/provider refuses to renew the license?
Fortunately, Apple’s best sellers not only support the iTunes protected AAC/M4P in the form of DRM-protected audio- or video files; they can also handle unprotected M4A-, M4V- or self-created MP4-videos. These are the best prerequisites for counting on the store of own collections instead of commercial providers and for creating the desired contents yourself – using the right program.
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