Download Mirakagi: A Free and Easy WM-DRM Removal Tool
How to Remove WM-DRM Protection with Mirakagi for Free
If you have downloaded or purchased media files from Amazon Unbox, BBC iPlayer, Windows Media Player Center or other sources, you may find that they are protected with Windows Media DRM (WM-DRM). This means that you cannot play them on unauthorized devices such as iPhone, iPad, iTunes, etc. without removing the DRM first. Fortunately, there is a free and easy WM-DRM removal tool called Mirakagi that can help you do that.
In this article, we will show you how to use Mirakagi to remove WM-DRM from your media files and enjoy them on any device you want.
Mirakagi WM-DRM Removal Tool
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What is Mirakagi?
Mirakagi is a GUI version of drmdbg, a command-line tool that can extract the encryption keys from WM-DRM files. Mirakagi can only remove the DRM header of the media files, not the actual encryption. Therefore, it only works on individualized DRM files, which means that you have to play them at least once on your computer before using Mirakagi.
Mirakagi is compatible with Windows Media Player 10 or 11, but not with Windows Media Player 9. It also does not work on Windows 7 and later versions. You need to have an Internet connection when using Mirakagi, as it will download a module and a license automatically when you play the DRM-protected files.
How to Use Mirakagi?
Using Mirakagi to remove WM-DRM is very simple. Just follow these steps:
Download Mirakagi from here and unzip it to a folder on your computer.
Open the media file that you want to remove WM-DRM from with a media player on your computer. A module will be updated and a license will be downloaded automatically.
Launch Mirakagi and click on the "Start" button to search for the license file on your computer. It will show you the path of the license file and the encryption key.
Quit Mirakagi and copy the license file and the encryption key to the same folder where you have the media file.
Rename the license file to "drm2.key" and rename the encryption key to "drm2.key.bak".
Launch FairUse4WM, another free WM-DRM removal tool that you can download from here. Click on the "Add File" button and select the media file that you want to remove WM-DRM from.
Click on the "Next" button and wait for FairUse4WM to convert the media file to a DRM-free format. A dos interface will pop up during the conversion.
When the conversion is done, click on the "Finish" button to quit FairUse4WM or click on the "Back" button to remove WM-DRM from another file.
Now you have successfully removed WM-DRM from your media file with Mirakagi and FairUse4WM. You can play it on any device or copy it to anywhere you want.
Mirakagi is a free and easy WM-DRM removal tool that can help you get rid of the annoying DRM protection from your media files. However, it has some limitations, such as only working on individualized DRM files, not supporting Windows Media Player 9 or Windows 7 and later versions. If you encounter any problems with Mirakagi, you can try some other alternatives, such as Aimersoft DRM Media Converter, VideoByte BD-DVD Ripper or NoteBurner M4V Converter Plus. They are more powerful and versatile than Mirakagi, but they are not free. ad790ac5ba