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Chiefnj
02-09-2005, 10:58 PM
I bought a song from ipod and I'm trying to use it in WINDVD creator, but WINDVD creator doesn't recognize mpeg4 which is the way ipod downloaded the song. How do I convert it to a wav or similar file that WINDVD can recognize??

dirk digler
02-10-2005, 08:52 AM
I bought a song from ipod and I'm trying to use it in WINDVD creator, but WINDVD creator doesn't recognize mpeg4 which is the way ipod downloaded the song. How do I convert it to a wav or similar file that WINDVD can recognize??

Convert it to a MP3 and see if that works.

Lzen
02-10-2005, 03:22 PM
Damn Itunes. I downloaded some free songs I got from Pepsi caps a while back. Apparently, I didn't switch the settings to MP3s so they're in the Itunes format (can't remember what that is). Anyway, I like to play songs out from my PC to my stereo via RCA's hooked up to audio card. Well, Itunes doesn't have any setting to send it out. And you can't play their files in another player like what I use, Music Match Jukebox. :cuss:

Chief_Justice
02-10-2005, 04:06 PM
I didn't switch the settings to MP3s so they're in the Itunes format (can't remember what that is).


AAC

dirk digler
02-10-2005, 04:07 PM
Damn Itunes. I downloaded some free songs I got from Pepsi caps a while back. Apparently, I didn't switch the settings to MP3s so they're in the Itunes format (can't remember what that is). Anyway, I like to play songs out from my PC to my stereo via RCA's hooked up to audio card. Well, Itunes doesn't have any setting to send it out. And you can't play their files in another player like what I use, Music Match Jukebox. :cuss:

Here is what you have to do:
1. Burn the the M4P's (Itunes format AAC) onto a CD.
2. When it has finished burning, enter that CD into your computer again.
3. Click on "Audio CD" under "source" on the left side of your screen in itunes.
4. Then right click on the track you want to convert to an MP3.
5. Select "convert to MP3"
6. Once it has finished converting, copy that file to somewhere else on your computer (ex. C/Documents and Settings/User/My Documents/My Music)


Hope it helps!

Lzen
02-10-2005, 04:16 PM
Here is what you have to do:
1. Burn the the M4P's (Itunes format AAC) onto a CD.
2. When it has finished burning, enter that CD into your computer again.
3. Click on "Audio CD" under "source" on the left side of your screen in itunes.
4. Then right click on the track you want to convert to an MP3.
5. Select "convert to MP3"
6. Once it has finished converting, copy that file to somewhere else on your computer (ex. C/Documents and Settings/User/My Documents/My Music)


Hope it helps!

Thanks, I'll try that.