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problem converting protected wma files to itunes


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DaveGuyan

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WMA files that i am trying to convert to my itunes say they are protected, and will not convert...is there a way to download a licence for these? i do own all the cds which i am converting, but they are not convenient just now...is there a way to reclaim the files?

hope someone can help

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I have not used this so i can't vouch for it. Friends say it works.

http://www.muvaudio.com/

I really got into music when i bought my first creative sound blaster live card. I installed the creative play center that came on the drivers CD. I really like play center. It lets me convert all my music CD's to MP3's. I make copied CD's to play in my vehicles so the original CD's do not get damaged.

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aguillera

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WMA files that i am trying to convert to my itunes say they are protected, and will not convert...is there a way to download a licence for these? i do own all the cds which i am converting, but they are not convenient just now...is there a way to reclaim the files?

hope someone can help

Dave

I know SoundTaxi removes rm-protection perfectly! I've used it for 2 months and very impressed of the results - converting speed and sound quality is high!!! :whistling:
I consider it's the fastest DRM-converter (up to 15x speed)! WOW!
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Looks like an answer to drm-crap-audio - I'll try it one day!
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