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Converting File Types

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Stevenpd, Jul 30, 2006.

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  1. Stevenpd

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    Hey I have a question that i just can't find the answer to online. Does anyone know how to quickly convert a large amount of Itunes song files into WMA files or MP3 files. I'd really like to buy an MP3 player for myself and i don't want an ipod really. My brother and sister have an ipod so they have many songs i can use on itunes, which currently can't be downloaded onto an MP3 player because it is the wrong file type. If anyone knows a way to covert files to WMA or MP3 from Itunes files please tell. (other than burning the songs to a cd and reloading them onto my computer) Thanks


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  2. DarqueMist

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    You can do it right in iTunes itself. Open iTunes, go to the library, right click on the song you want to convert to an mp3 and choose "convert selection to mp3" from the context menue that pops up.
     
  3. Stevenpd

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    I tried that and mine says Convert selection to ACC not MP3. :( nice try though.
     
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    they're protected but i know theres a way to do it without a special program. I've seen people do it before.
     
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