This is a simple user tutorial to guide on how to register TuneCable Apple Music Converter for Mac and convert Apple Music, audiobooks and M4P audio to MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV & AIFF. Please refer to the following guide on how to register the program on your Mac and how to use the program to convert audio files.
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*Tips: You can only convert the first 3 minutes of each audio with the free trial version. Please buy the full version to unlock its limits.
How to Register TuneCable Apple Music Converter?
Click 'Menu Bar' > 'Apple Music Converter' > 'Registration' to get the registration window. Or you can directly click 'Unregistered' in red to open the registration window.
Copy and paste the Email and Code into the registration popup dialog.
The registration info is case sensitive. And, please do not add blank at the beginning or the end of the word.
How to Convert Apple Music Files to MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF or ALAC?
Launch TuneCable Apple Music Converter on Mac
Launch TuneCable Apple Music Converter and you will see the main interface show as below.
Add Audio Files to TuneCable Apple Music Converter
Click 'Add' button and soon all your iTunes folders will be listed in a pop-up window. You can choose the audio files that you want to convert and then click the "OK" button. If you'd like to delete a selected song, please click the "x" icon at the end of the song to remove it from TuneCable.
Set Preferences of TuneCable Apple Music Converter
Click the menu bar 'TuneCable Apple Music Converter' > 'Preferences' or directly click the 'Settings'"' button on the interface of the program to open the Preferences window. The output formats including MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF or ALAC are available to be chosen from. Also, you can choose the output audio quality (320kbps, 256kbps, 192kbps, 128kbps) and customize the output path. If not, the output audios will be saved under the default folder.
Click 'Convert' button to start conversion. Once the conversion is done, you can click the 'Converted' tab to find the converted MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF or ALAC audio files. You will find ID3 tags be preserved in the output audio files.
Surprised! TuneCable Apple Music Converter is not only an efficient tool for downloading Apple Music, iTunes M4P music and audiobooks, but also an excellent format converter that can convert your common local audio files to MP3/M4A/WAV/OGG/AIFF format. In addition, it enables you to edit the ID3 tags, including title, artist, album, genre, year, track number. Simply open TuneCable and then click "Tools", you'll find all those powerful functions.
- 1. How to register?
- 2. What can I do if I get the message "Invalid Code"?
- 3. How to solve the problem that it fails to read iTunes library?
- 4. Why the output file is only 3 minutes long?
- 5. What kind of audio formats could be converted?
- 6. How to solve the problem of "Conversion Failed"?
- 7. What should I pay attention while using this program?
- 8. Where can I get the converted files?
- 9. How to improve the output audio quality?
- 10. The output files have several short breaks of silence?
- 11. 1 or 2 seconds of a random song adds to the converted audio?
- 12. How to organize the output audio into Artist / Album folders?
- 13. How to do if there is no sound in the output audio on Windows?
- 14. Whether the metadata can be kept after conversion?
- 15. What to do if your Mac sound is not working after using TuneCable?
- 16. Does TuneCable iMusic Converter runs on Apple Device with M1 Chip?
- 17. How to Fix Error 1000?
- 18. How to Fix Error 1005, 1200, 1201, 6208?
- 19. How to Fix Error 1007?
- 20. How to Fix Error 1010, 1700-1702?
- 21. How to Fix Error 1101?
- 22. How to Fix Error 1102?
- 23. How to Fix Error 1802-1803?
- 24. How to Fix Error 4000-4005, 4100-4105?
- 25. How to Fix Error 4106?
- 26. I encounter some problems that I can't find in FAQ. How can I get technical support?