It’s the DRM protection on Spotify music that prevents music lovers from downloading music from Spotify and listening on their own devices offline. The built-in Spotify DRM remover just helps users to remove DRM from Spotify and convert to common format such as MP3, M4B, M4A, AAC, WAV, FLAC for freely playing on different music players. In addition to keeping 100% quality of the original ones, Spotify Converter also enables users to adjust audio channel, bit rate, sample rate, for a better music quality output.
Tips: Spotify will launch automatically after running Prof. DRM. You just need to log in your account to make sure you can add the songs from Spotify to Prof. DRM.
Step 1: Add Spotify music to Prof. DRM
After kicking off Prof. DRM, you can directly drag and drop your favorite songs one by one or drag and drop the album/playlist at once to the program. Or click the “Add File” button to add the Spotify songs, albums or playlist by copying and pasting link of the Spotify.
Step 2: Set output format and audio quality
Move your mouse on the song. An editing icon will be showed on right. Tap the button to freely select your output format and sample rate, bit rate, audio channel. You can also choose to "Apply to All" or "Apply to current" for apply this settings.
Step 3: Choose an output directory
After setting the output format, you can click the bottom output button "…" to select one output path to make sure you can find the converted files.
Step 4: Start to convert
Press the blue button "Convert" on bottom right of the interface to start removing DRM on songs and save as common format. After a while, you can view the program and check the converted files by clicking "Converted" button.
Step 5: Check for the converted file
After converting process finishes, all the DRM-removed files will be showed under ”Converted” button. And you can also click the file-like icon to locate all downloaded files for transferring to other devices.
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