Convert M4V to MOV with M4V Converter Plus

M4V Converter Plus is an universal and versatile video conversion software to convert M4V to MOV for Mac users. This M4V to MOV converter can convert among almost all iTunes video files, whether protected or unprotected. With kinds of functions, the powerful M4V to MOV converter program will bring you much pleasure.

Just take a free trial and experience it by yourself!

Step-by-step Guide: HOW to convert M4V to MOV for Mac quickly and freely?

First of all, Free download M4V Converter Plus and install the software, you will see the interface like this below:

Interface to m4v video converter, convert m4v to mov

Step 1: Add M4V movies you want to convert.

Click "Add Movies" button, search your iTunes M4V files according name, then select the files, click "Add" button.

Add files to m4v video converter, convert m4v to mov

Step 2: Set output format.

In the output droplist, select ".mov" as you want in profile droplist.

If you are a advanced user, Click "settings" button to expand the panel and change the video settings for the output file to satisfy your need.

Step 3: Start Converting.

You can press "Convert" button to start the converting, and now the converting process begins.

Step 4: Check Output video files' Quality

After the converting process finished, you can select one of these video files, and then play it to view video effects whether it is satisfied. If you are not satisfied, you can re-customize the output setting to convert the video to other format to meet your need.

Step 5: Find the converted files quickly

After you open the converting box, you can see the default output path is /Users/username/Documents/M4VConverter Plus, but you can click the button Browse to customize the output location as you like. And Click the Open button to view the output folder quickly.

If you check the "Open folder when conversion completed", after all the files converted, it will open the output path.

OK, now you have finished all the conversion work - converting M4V files to MOV on Mac. Very interesting, right? Just take a try.