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WMP mp3's to ITunes


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jbljohn

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Hope I am asking this in the correct location.  Windows 8.1.  I have a large 110mb music file that is already in mp3 format that is currently on a remote drive.  It plays well on Windows Media Player.  How do I move this Music file to my Computer and enable it to be played on iTunes?  Thanks! 


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Do you actually need to move the file, or do you just need to open it up in iTunes to play it? If you need to move it, you should be able to simply drag and drop it from where it is on the remote drive to your computer.

Once it's on your local machine, you can right-click the file and select Open With, and choose the iTunes option, assuming you already have that installed. If you check the box to remember it as default, it will open ANY .MP3 files in iTunes, not just this one.
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