• When iTunes is open, find "preferences" and then locate "importing" (just look around on the different tabs till you find these, since Mac and Windows put them in different spots) tell it to import using MP3 encoder from the drop down bars, and say OK. now you can right click on the song you want to convert and select convert to mp3.
  • Select preference option Then click on advance tab. once you have to fix your Settings here. select importing tab. Change CD insert to: begin playing Import using: Mp3 encoding (or any extention) Setting: high quality And everything stated below the IMPORTING tab...check mark all. Now select Burning tab. This option will allow you to burn your mp3 or m4p or AAC music to a CD but before you create your CD. you need to create a playlist first.
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  • In I-Tunes you can convert an MPEG-4 file to MP3, however the defualt format is AAC, all under the tab "Preferences". Unfortunately, if the MPEG-4 file is at 192 Bps, for instance, it will be converted to a 128 Bps. Presumably the higher rate is the better quality but I cannot tell the difference. The lower rate uses up about 2 megabytes less memory to about 4 Mb. While the file will show in the i-Tunes Library it will not play unless the "original file" is found in one of the local drives. I have not found any info. as to what folder it should be copied to in order to be always available. Once you create an AAC "copy" the above is not a problem as the system seems to also bring in the "original file". If someone has better info. please let me know. The above experience is in transfering music from an LP using an American Audio turntable to MP3 which actually reads that it's an MPEG-4 when reading the new file details.
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  • The music, video you download from iTunes is drm protected. in order to play it on non-apple mp3/mp4 players, you need to remove the drm and convert the protected music to other audio /video format. the easiest way is to burn an audio cd in itunes and rip it back as mp3 format. Or you can get DRM Removal Software to help you. Get here: It’s not only DRM removal, but also media converter!

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