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ITUNES question

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Al Green, Feb 16, 2004.

  1. Al Green

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    ITUNES question

    Discussion started by Al Green - Feb 16, 2004

    ok..

    so i have been loading songs onton itunes for a hot minute when i realized that i have been importing songs as M4A/ aac audio files.

    i finally recognized the problem and switched import options to Mp3...

    im wondering how i can convert this M4a files.. into mp3 files..

    if anyone knows how please let me know.

    -bobby digitech
     
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    Kr430n5_666 - Replied Feb 16, 2004

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    Abracadabra - Replied Feb 16, 2004

    use a stick and beat them profusely until they obey your commands
     
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  4. Al Green

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    Al Green - Replied Feb 16, 2004

    yes so when do the helpful answers start...



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    Nekro - Replied Feb 16, 2004

    You're going to have to re-rip 'em if you want quality that doesn't suck balls. You could also highlight everything to convert, right click, then hit "convert to mp3" if you're in that kind of mood.
     
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    Spike - Replied Feb 18, 2004

    Is there any specific reason you want them as .mp3s? It's been pretty widely established that AAC > mp3, so unless you need them for an mp3 player or to share, I wouldn't bother...

    Otherwise I recommend the re-rip unless you want to put up with more soundquality loss.
     
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  8. imported_El Mamerro - Replied Feb 18, 2004

    I think you is fucked, meng.

    As far as I know, there is no way to do that conversion, I believe AAC files have some sort of mild DRM limits on them.

    *Scratch that, the ones with DRM have the m4p filename, which is what you get from the iTunes Store. m4a's are good to go.