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Converting Protected m4p to mp3


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What free or pay programs can I use to convert the protected m4p's from Apple iTunes to an mp3 so that I can play music through Windows Media Center. Thanks so much!

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It is protected by DRM, therefore I don't think it is legal to actually take the DRM away and convert it into an MP3. My opinion.
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But iTunes made it so when you copy a CD you can stick it back in your computer and convert it to mp3, my only problem is I want to do my whole library, over 1300 songs.
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Oh. Ok then. Found a freeware converter that you can try out. Luckily I've had recent experiences where I chose a shareware one (which gave me only 5 converts per run) which really, was crap.

http://www.download.....html?tag=lst-5

Try this out, and if it works, tell me. :)

~Kelvin
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You can try and convert all you want...but i have yet to figure it out. For this reason, i don't like itunes anymore. I really wanted these songs on my mp3 player...but apple's gotta be all like "we hate our competitors, we don't like to share." So yeaa. lol.
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