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Discussion in 'Gear' started by ammotroop, Feb 20, 2010.
nobody uses mp3 ? wtf are you talking about ?
Is mp3 the common file type in iTunes?
Please don't pretend to be dumb to help your cause.
that what ? that there is indeed a right click ? and there are several ways to achieve it ? that you simply click on the right side of the trackpad to right click ?
That it's not as user friendly as you pretend.
Just as the thing I'm talking to you about.
Your whole "duh! You convert to AAC to disable the DRM protected files by going to this, this, this, and that" explanations prove exactly the problems people mention.
Thus... proving his point.
what is the common file type in iTunes there Gloat ?
I'm sitting here looking at a few thousand mp3's in mine
plus a few Lossless, AAC, AIFF
you could probably have .wav / .wma is you really wanted to
I'm going to try my best to ignore your clueless act, and give you this:
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&...s files convert&aq=f&aqi=g1&aql=&oq=&gs_rfai=
Now why would there be tons of topics on converting iTunes files to mp3?
hmmmm...what is an m4a file, Puck?
if you're importing into iTunes, set your encoding preferences first
you should have checked to see what format these titles were before downloading them.
iTunes Store downloads are AAC