2/6/11
2:26 pm

Forum Question: iTunes file comversion

Anyone recommend an application I can use to to convert my DRM m4p iTunes files to m4a? I know you can do this through burning to CD. I was just looking for a simple drag and drop app. These are my own purchased music files.
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Michael

Comments: 2 Responses to “iTunes file comversion”

    2/6/11 @ 3:32 pm

    Burning a CD is probably the best way to go, especially if you don’t have a lot of them. The problem with “conversion” software, if you can find it, is that it isn’t really converting the files. What they do is to play the songs and record the sound output into new files. It is easier to do that than to “break” the DRM. So you might as well do the CD thing instead of finding and downloading something you aren’t sure about.

    Michael
    2/6/11 @ 3:44 pm

    Cool. I had no idea that’s how the application worked:)

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