#3
Yeah, on a PC you can just import them, it does it automatically when you first install it but will probably be in the File menu.
#4
I have a PC, and it does it for me. It doesn't take ages, though. Just a few minutes for a 14-track CD.
I dunno about Mac, though. What do you have?
I like Fall Out Boy.
That is all.
#5
I'm using a mac... I downloaded switch.. but that wont let me import the .wma files so i cant exactly convert them.... they play through quicktime.. but i cant find an export or save as function to convert them to mp3
#6
If you really want them, can you not burn a CD and then rip them as MP3s? There is free software you can download for burning CDs on PC and Mac, if you don't have anything else to burn them with.
#7
Quote by jimmy_neutron
I'm using a mac... I downloaded switch.. but that wont let me import the .wma files so i cant exactly convert them.... they play through quicktime.. but i cant find an export or save as function to convert them to mp3


I'm using a Mac and I use Switch to play through iTunes.
The Output Format is automatically set to .mp3. When it's done converting, just drop it in iTunes.