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That isn't what he meant. He's saying if you
have a file that is already ripped, say, an mp3, then WMP won't convert it say,
to a vorbis, or a wave, or a flack, etc.
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----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, May 03, 2016 9:04 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] very good news about
audio conversion soft ware
Once the Windows media player opens pressed the Control plus 3 to change it
to suggestion view panel. Then, right-click and arrow down to select the More
Option. Tab till you reach tab panel that says Rip Music. then, select the
preferred settings or conversion to rip your music into different format like
mp3, wma, and so on.
On 5/4/2016 8:25 AM, Bobby wrote:
just learned some thing new. I never you could convert audio windows
media player I only new you can rip with it. Can you please tell me
ware the convert option is on windows media player because I can't find that
option at all.
On 5/3/2016 7:16 PM, Patrick Le Baudour wrote:
Hum, if it's for converting into mp3 or wma,
windows media player does it, no need for anything else... and having
never used iTunes, i have no idea of what it can or can't do,
I thought it was mainly for buying music from apple.
Le 03/05/2016 à 23:14, Christopher-Mark Gilland a écrit :
Goodness gracious, yall! Why not just use
ITunes to rip for crying out
loud! Is it mainly because
ITunes doesn't support the formats you all
wanna rip into? If
so, then OK, point taken, but otherwise... really?