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Old 13-04-2009, 6:06 AM
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Play iTunes music on No-Apple players with AAC to MP3 converter

Apple on Tuesday followed through on its promise to remove all digital rights management (DRM) from music sold on the iTunes Store.
All songs on the iTunes Store are now available at 256kbps AAC encoding, which Apple says is virtually indistinguishable from the original recordings.

Why we need to convert AAC to MP3?
First, can we now just move the song purchased from iTunes to another player ?
Yes, but only if that player supports AAC. Obviously, iPods do, and some other players do as well, like the Sony Walkman NWZ-S738F, the Archos 5, and, yes, even the Microsoft Zune. But, if you want to play the music on other players that not support AAC, you need to find a AAC to MP3 converter to convert AAC to MP3 which can be accepted by almost all music players.
Second, what about the previously purchased iTunes tracks, does them still have DRM? If so, can I upgrade them?
Of course, and Apple is offering users a way to upgrade all of their existing music to DRM-free songs. Upgrading costs 30 cents per song. If you upgrade an entire album, it will cost 30 percent of the original album price and music videos can be upgraded for 60 cents. You can get to this upgrade link on the iTunes Store by clicking on "Upgrade to iTunes Plus."
But, if you purchased a lot of 99-cent tracks on iTunes over the years and want to find an more efficient way to remove the DRM, you can also try an AAC to MP3 converter, of cause it should be an DRM remover too.

How to convert AAC to MP3 with AAC to MP3 converter ?
First, download AAC to MP3 converter and install it.
Following is the screen shoot of a professional AAC to MP3 Converter called Aimersoft AlMusic Converter, it supports both protected and unprotected AAC to MP3 conversion and can also remove DRM from iTunes music.

Then, you can use it to convert AAC to MP3 and remove DRM with three clicks.
1. Click “Add” to load AAC files with the postfix .M4A (unprotected) or M4P. (copy-protected).
2. Click “drop-download” list at the bottom to select output format.
3. Click “start” to start conversion
And you can drag and drop all your music files to AAC to MP3 converter at a time, then do something else till it is finished.
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Old 01-06-2009, 9:08 AM
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Share this HD video converter which can convert 720P, 1080P and other HD videos to my iPod Touch/iPhone in full screen.
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Old 24-07-2009, 7:56 AM
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See this guide about how to rip DVD to iTunes, and why Apple won't let it ?
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Talking Play iTunes music on No-Apple players with AAC to MP3 converter ?


Apple on Tuesday followed through on its promise to remove all digital rights management (DRM) from music sold on the iTunes Store.
All songs on the iTunes Store are now available at 256kbps AAC encoding, which Apple says is virtually indistinguishable from the original recordings.
Why we need to convert AAC to MP3?
First, can we now just move the song purchased from iTunes to another player ?
Yes, but only if that player supports AAC. Obviously, iPods do, and some other players do as well, like the Sony Walkman NWZ-S738F, the Archos 5, and, yes, even the Microsoft Zune. But, if you want to play the music on other players that not support AAC, you need to find a AAC to MP3 converter to convert AAC to MP3 which can be accepted by almost all music players.
Second, what about the previously purchased iTunes tracks, does them still have DRM? If so, can I upgrade them?
Of course, and Apple is offering users a way to upgrade all of their existing music to DRM-free songs. Upgrading costs 30 cents per song. If you upgrade an entire album, it will cost 30 percent of the original album price and music videos can be upgraded for 60 cents. You can get to this upgrade link on the iTunes Store by clicking on "Upgrade to iTunes Plus."
But, if you purchased a lot of 99-cent tracks on iTunes over the years and want to find an more efficient way to remove the DRM, you can also try an AAC to MP3 converter, of cause it should be an DRM remover too.
How to convert AAC to MP3 with AAC to MP3 converter ?
First, download AAC to MP3 converter and install it.
Following is the screen shoot of a professional AAC to MP3 Converter called Aimersoft AlMusic Converter, it supports both protected and unprotected AAC to MP3 conversion and can also remove DRM from iTunes music.


Then, you can use it to convert AAC to MP3 and remove DRM with three clicks.
1. Click “Add” to load AAC files with the postfix .M4A (unprotected) or M4P. (copy-protected).
2. Click “drop-download” list at the bottom to select output format.
3. Click “start” to start conversion
And you can drag and drop all your music files to AAC to MP3 converter at a time, then do something else till it is finished.
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