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Discussion in 'MacBytes.com News Discussion' started by MacBytes, May 1, 2007.
Link: Let the music rip
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This is a four page long article that can basically be summed up as follows:
You can import music into iTunes or WMP by putting the CD in the drive. If you use both programs, change the settings to import as MP3 instead of AAC or WMA. Kthxbye.
Yeah that info would have been useful to me...back in the summer of 2000 when I moved my whole collection over.
I think the first paragraph of this article should have read:
"First, delete WMP from your machine. Then install iTunes. Smile."
When I first used WMP I couldn't even work out how to play an album. It's awful.
When I started dropping CD's to Mp3, I think it was about 98, and I had to use this shockwave audio encoder that was slow as hell and only did 128k. This article may have been necessary 4-6 years ago, but I'm pretty sure that charlie chaplin's corpse could encode Mp3's now; it's so easy.