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BACK DOOR BOY IN A FRONT DOOR WORLD
OUTSIDE OF SOCIETY - THAT'S WHERE I WANT TO BE
HALP! 
16th-Mar-2008 02:47 pm
Problem: I have M4A files, rather large ones, that I'm trying to convert to MP3. Nothing I have is working. When I try to encode them, fail. When I try to decode them, again - fail. I cannot burn them to disc from iTunes and then rip the disc, I don't have the option to burn these files as an audio disc in iTunes. FAIL.

Anyone have any ideas?


Nevermind, got it - thanks, all!
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16th-Mar-2008 07:24 pm (UTC)
In Itunes, have you tried creating a playlist that only contains these files and then burning that playlist to CD?
16th-Mar-2008 08:51 pm (UTC)
I'm rather iTunes ignorant, but I'm trying that first and it appears to be working - thanks!
16th-Mar-2008 10:29 pm (UTC)
Yeah, I'm not that great at Itunes either but we bought a few things from Itunes and it all came in their protected format so I did some searching and came up with that work around. It's kind of annoying when you only buy 1 or 2 songs every few months and have to waste a whole CD on it, but at least there is a pretty easy work around.
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