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Hello , I need help. I'm in college and I record my professors lectures on an Ipod Touch. I try listening to them on my Ipod but the sound is really low even when the volume is all the way up. So I downloaded them to my computer. Some play with no problem but others will not. Ive tried playing it on windows media player, itunes, quicktime, etc. It says that it's not a supported format and to download a codec pack I downloaded the codec pack and tried playing it but it still didn't play. I've tried converting them to a different format such as mp3, wmv, etc. on many different softwares but each one says that it can't convert or an error pertaining to the file type. I've even tried downloading a M4a player. Someone please help me, this is very frustrating.
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Hi keanna :)

May I ask you how you downloaded these recordings on your computer from your iPod Touch? Also, what is the average size of a recording?
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