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How does one convert itunes to mp3 ?

Discussion in 'Audio' started by Wayneswor, Oct 4, 2007.

  1. Wayneswor

    Wayneswor Member

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    I have some music that was ripped using itunes. I no longer have the cd and I am wanting to put the songs on my mp3 player but I can not because it is in the itunes format m4p or whatever it is.

    I have a lot of other music that is like this also.

    How do I convert these songs to the mp3 format.

    I don't want to burn them to a cd and then back to my HD.

    I have heard about a couple of programs, but don't know if they are legit or not or which one is better. ( Soundtaxi, Tunebite )

    Which software or method do you suggest? Do you have a guide on how to use it?

    Thanks in advance
    Waynesworld
     
  2. pryme_H

    pryme_H Regular member

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    Wayneswor,
    Try burning your audio files onto a disc. Open WMP, Rip your songs, plug-in your MP3 device and then sync. I hope this helps.
     
  3. pryme_H

    pryme_H Regular member

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    pryme_H Regular member

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    Ok. There you go. That's even better!
     
  6. briansolo

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    simple...go to preferences, advanced, import. select mp3 from the drop down menu. exit the preferences menu. hi-lite the tracks you want converted to mp3, right-click, and select "convert selection to mp3." that's it!

    if the songs are protected aac audio files, burn them to a cd, and then re-import them with iTunes as an mp3 or wave or whatever format is available in the same pull down menu i mentioned above. i hope this helps!
     
  7. Delanna

    Delanna Guest

    spam removed
     
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  8. Wayneswor

    Wayneswor Member

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    This is what I tried before trying anything else suggested and I believe it has worked on all of my songs in the aac and m4a formats. I am not completely thru going thru everything but this process it going to take care of just about everything if not everything.

    Thanks to everyone that responded.
    Waynesworld
     
  9. briansolo

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    i'm glad i could be of service!
     
  10. doombunny

    doombunny Guest

    you could also use myFairtunes.
    that'd save you a cd.
     
  11. Sofeee

    Sofeee Guest

    You can try my way!i found good program this, download a trial version and sight that it real cool. After purchased this. I'm pleased with my favorite songs:)
     
  12. briansolo

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    this thread should be closed. i gave him the best way to convert his songs, which is within the iTunes interface. he's already said it's worked out, so no more suggestions are needed.
     
  13. givenlee

    givenlee Guest

    (1) burn and rip
    (2) eat spam
    (3) eat more spam
     
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  14. aditek

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    i want to ask if how do i put my songs from my ipod to a cd like mp3? i have alot of songs n tried putting them but wont let me
     
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    If you have the songs on your iPod, then you have the files on your iTunes no?

    So, if that's the case, merely burn them to a CD.
     
  16. barlaa

    barlaa Guest

    here is guide for convert itunes music to mp3, including burning audio book

    SPAM

    hope it helps
     
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  17. aditek

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    thanks barlaa
     

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