|Jun 1, 2003, 05:34 PM||#2|
Jam is designed to burn Red Book compatible CDs. i.e. to conform to the standard for audio CDs, being as that standard operates with aiff files, Jam simply wont recognise aac files.
Wether they'll sort it out in future I don't know, but as your standard player wont play aac files I doubt it.
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