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Ok. I have a problem.

I have pretty much perfected the Car Musicks Compendium v. RAWK Music... but in putting the files into a zippable folder, I realize that some of them are .m4a instead of .mp3.

Do any of you know of a free conversion program I could download? =/


ETA: SOLVED. Thanks to lucidpsyche, I know LOVE ITUNES EVEN MORE because IT WILL CONVERT THEM FOR YOU. Take that, naysayers.

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tonyyarusso
Mar. 25th, 2009 10:18 pm (UTC)
"It depends". Technically .m4a is just the audio layer of an MPEG-4 video file, but it's also commonly used by Apple. In the latter case, they are also frequently encumbered by DRM crap, in which case you're probably flat out of luck and deserve your punishment for relying on iTunes to lock you in. In the former instance, or if you've paid the extra fee to "upgrade" your files to undemented versions, there are numerous options, the one I'm most familiar with being "mencoder". I've only used it on Linux systems though, so how to get the binary for whatever OS you're using (assuming it's not Linux...yet) is up to you.
muhnipul8a
Mar. 25th, 2009 10:39 pm (UTC)
I use AltoMP3Gold? It's serviceable.
distress_bacon
Mar. 26th, 2009 01:33 am (UTC)
I know it's supremely unhelpful, but I'm totally okay with .m4as :)
virtuistic
Mar. 26th, 2009 01:59 am (UTC)
Well, but my CD player in my car reads MP3s, and I could save a mess of discs by just making it an MP3 CD.

Oh, did I mention there are 60 songs on this list and that it takes nearly 4 hours to get through? XD
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