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Old May 29, 2007, 10:33 AM   #1
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Convert To MP3

I may be wrong, but since I installed the latest security update iTunes seemed to have gained back an awesome feaure. I could sware that when you right click a song in iTunes the only option was to convert to AAC, now the convert to MP3 option is back even for protected AAC files. Have I just been completely oblivious to this or is this new? I hope this hasn't been posted, I was too excited, a nice simple way to go to MP3 again.
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It depends on what type of file you are importing music as, Preferences==>Advanced==>Import

But you can't convert protected AAC's ever.
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Old May 29, 2007, 10:42 AM   #3
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It depends on what type of file you are importing music as, Preferences==>Advanced==>Import

But you can't convert protected AAC's ever.
Hahaha, shows how much I pay attention . Damn, I thought there was some new and improved feature lol. Figures I just clicked a protected file and didn't try to convert it lol. I need to actually wake up more often in the morning.
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It depends on what type of file you are importing music as, Preferences==>Advanced==>Import

But you can't convert protected AAC's ever.
You can burn them in a CD and then import them again in mp3 format.
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True, but they lose quality by doing that.
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