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ITunes Question

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by lastone, Apr 24, 2004.

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  1. lastone

    lastone Thread Starter

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    I am interested in signing up, but first....

    What file form is this? (MP3?)
    I understand that you can burn onto CD.
    Can the CD be played on any player, then? (no restrictions or incompatibility)
    Can the songs (if need be) converted to wav?

    Any other tips, or info would be helpful, thanks. (y)
     
  2. azncompman

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    i havn't tried most of the features but songs bought from i tunes use a special format called m4p (i think, just not mp3). Only the itunes player can play the m4p format. i think that you can burn an mp3 disc though to use in mp3 cd players
     
  3. i hate ram

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    i own itunes. you can get songs in the mp4 or aac format. itunes has its own burner.
     
  4. Rotgut

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    If you burn CD's with iTunes you can play them in any CD player. File format is AAC.
     
  5. serendipity3

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    If I've already downloaded songs with AAC Encoder format, how do I covert them to MP3 so I can burn? I use Nero it doesn't recognize the M4P format. Please help.
     
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