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Steph_M

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How do I play an .M4A file? or how do I convert it to an .MP3??? any help would be great, a free way of doing it even better thatnk you
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Hello,

Foobar2000 is a nice free windows audio player (that should support M4A) and allow for conversion to MP3. Link is below:
http://www.foobar2000.org/

Another option to explore is the Hymn project which is dedicated to allowing people to have full use and control over music they have paid for. In relation to these ideals, they have a free utility for removing the DRM restrictions on iTunes files and conversion to mp3. You can check out the program and more at the link below:
http://www.hymn-project.org/

Cheers,
Tom

How do I play an .M4A file? or how do I convert it to an .MP3???  any help would be great, a free way of doing it even better thatnk you

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Edited by gust0208, 27 August 2005 - 11:49 PM.

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I like winamp for that kinf of thing it plays almost every audio and video format out there and plugins to get more codecs are easy to get hold off.
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