|Dec 2, 2012, 05:41 AM||#1|
Can iTunes 10.4 open aac audio files?
I downloaded an aac audio file that I want to burn to cd to play in my car.
iTunes 10.4 wont open it but VLC player can. I don't want to lose audio quality by converting to mp3. How do I burn the aac audio file to cd? Can the latest version of iTunes open and burn aac audio to cd?
imac & Lion o/s user.
|Dec 2, 2012, 11:58 AM||#2|
iTunes has supported AAC for many many versions before yours. I think there might be something up with that track going on that iTunes doesn't like. VLC has a greater tolerance than other players and will play things other programs don't even if the format is supported.
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