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Solved: No .m4p on WMM

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by Ymir, Jul 18, 2007.

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  1. Ymir

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    I am having problems with my Windows Movie Maker. I try to import music from my itunes, but an error came up saying it cant upload it because the codec software isnt found on my computer.

    I searched for my problem, and found a site and downloaded the codec pack that was recommended and now the error just says that it simply cant import it. It doesnt say anything about codec s anymore.

    Help?
    And I beleive I am running WMM 6.0
     
  2. Ymir

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    the music files i am trying to import are .m4p and I run Vista ultimate 64bit
     
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    The topic you linked was in regards to mp4 files not m4p. MP4 are typically video files. M4P files are DRM protected music files in a proprietary format used by Apple.
     
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    Haha, oops. Well I figured it out. Thanks for your help
     
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