#1
an "M4A" file into something that windows media player can handle? Me n some freinds ****ed about and recorded some stuff the other day and iv just been sent it via msn but i cant listen to it. Any way i can change it?
#2
1. Go to download.com
2. Search Audio converter
3 Download
4. Convert file to WMA or MP3
5. ?????????
6. Profit!
#5
You don't, it converts you...

I think Itunes on windows will do that for you maybe? Cause it is Apples stupid proprietary ****.
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#6
m4a is the new mp3... Just look for a m4a audio codec on google. Or get winamp, it supports it natively I think.
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#7
iTunes supports it as far as i know...I always thought you can't convert those files without huge loss in quality
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