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Converting from Windows Media Files/ IPod

by jlehner / February 24, 2004 3:07 AM PST

A while back, I started copying cds to my computer. I guess I used Windows Media Player. Now that I have
my wonderful iPod, I've noticed that there seems to be no way to convert these cds already in my computer to an MP3 format. Does anyone know of any software that can help me with this?
Thanks so much,

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Re:Converting from Windows Media Files/ IPod
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / February 24, 2004 3:18 AM PST

If you use the back/forth/refresh buttons, you'll create duplicate posts and may miss a persons reply.

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Re:Converting from Windows Media Files/ IPod
by jmgb / February 24, 2004 9:23 AM PST

I?m not familiar with Windows Player, but the option EXISTS. If you don?t find a better solution, I?d recommend you to use Acoustica.

This program wanted to be a mixer, but it?s better as a converter than as a mixer. It will also let you configure the quality and the disk space you want to use.

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