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Itunes to Windows media player

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Is it possible to take music from Itunes and play it with Windows Media player? If so how? also I dont have a "Ipod" i have a "Zen Nano" MP3 player can I play my Itunes music on it? cause well its not working.....
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Welcome to Geeks2Go!

If songs have been purchased from Apple's Music Store they can't be converted to play on Windows Media Player or on an MP3 player (that's why I refuse to purchase music that locks you in to a proprietary format or otherwise controls what you may do with it -- down with DRM!).

But otherwise, see this: http://blogs.msdn.co...final-word.aspx
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Hi . You can convert the M4P to MP3 but its wouldn't be the same format as the M4P . In fact I have done it with this program below which isn't free but I was available to convert my M4P into MP3 256 bit rate /audio code which sound pretty good on WMP


There other programs that does this but I got this one for free . If you google it you should find others

Edited by snooker, 23 April 2008 - 03:56 PM.

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