#1
So... Does anyone know how to convert the .m4p files that iTunes has when you buy a CD off the store into an MP3. Without burning it onto a CD and importing it?
#3
Right click. And go to "Convert selection to mp3"

EDIT: If it says convert to some other file that isn't mp3, than...

Preferences > Advanced > Importing > Import Using > MP3 Encoder.
Last edited by stinger12345 at Jun 27, 2008,
#4
Right click, and I think it has something where you change it.

If it says convert to aac, then go to Edit, Preferences, Advanced, Importing, and change it to import using mp3 encoder. Then you should be able to find the convert it into mp3 thing with a right click.

Edit: Damn you, stinger12345.
#6
Oh **** I forgot about that. I'm pretty sure iTunes is just really gay about that kinda stuff and pretty much doesn't let you do anything wit the songs you buy. For example...I can't even import a song into garageband cause its so protected
#7
get mediamonkey.
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#8
Quote by stinger12345
Oh **** I forgot about that. I'm pretty sure iTunes is just really gay about that kinda stuff and pretty much doesn't let you do anything wit the songs you buy. For example...I can't even import a song into garageband cause its so protected


Yeah... Oh well... I'll deal with all of iTunes bull**** another time. Thanks guys.
#9
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You can't just right click... its protected. I tried it.


I can right-click in iTunes.