Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Wma to Mp3 conversion results?
Re: Wma to Mp3 conversion results?
From: David McIntyre <plugh_at_mudbarn.com>
Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2003 16:34:08 -0700
For the cost of a blank CD you can burn then rip a CD. No more DRM, and
playback on your Archos. But total loss of id3 type info.
On Fri, Oct 24, 2003 at 06:52:19PM -0400, Brian Wolven wrote:
> scott wrote:
> > speaking of which, does anyone know if for-pay (DRMed) mp3s (such as from
> > itunes) work on the archos?
> AFAIK you can only purchase songs from the iTunes store in AAC format. To
> get them in MP3 format you'd have to do the decompression to WAV and then
> re-encode in MP3. How good that sounds depends on the quality of the
> original AAC version, for the most part. Anyone else know of a different
> method for us non-Ipodders? The windows version of the iTunes software seems
> decent; it'd be dead easy to find songs and buy them, from what I've seen.
> It's also easy to import any existing MP3's on your hard drive and use their
> playlist/library software. You can then share them with other PC's on your
> LAN, burn CD's etc., but the sticky part for us is making MP3's from
> purchased songs for our rockboxed units. That is *not* part of the package.
-- David McIntyre plugh_at_mudbarn.com http://www.mudbarn.com PGP Key fingerprint = CAB5 A73A 43FA 19E3 449D 20B8 25D7 FA84 8847 D6A7 http://www.mudbarn.com/~plugh/plughinfo.txt for geek code, pgp key, etc.Received on 2003-10-25