IPod or other MP3 player?

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  1. n99hockey

    n99hockey Moderator Staff Member

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    sweet
    its a great app!
  2. Joneyee

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    Only thing that is bothersome are the files that were in my itunes library, ripped from CD that WMP wont see. I figure I need an ACC plugin for WMP to see the rest of the files.
  3. n99hockey

    n99hockey Moderator Staff Member

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    on the Q?
    did you update the library?
  4. rudeboy

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    i'm not on the pc right now but wondering if it also can convert Rhapsody tunes ? (Wendy's has these free codes on their biggie cups and i have collected & downloaded quite a few already)...

    posted on the Q.
  5. Joneyee

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    Yes, I did. I see the converted files from the m4p. However the existing acc arent showing up.

    My Q will play them, but the WMP library wont show them for sync
  6. rudeboy

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    yea, so it does not convert Rhapsody (.rax) files.... bummer.

    (ps. unless i am missing something)

    oops... i was trying with SuperĀ©, have yet to try with Tunebite. (it's not listed in the supported formats)
  7. Joneyee

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    I guess what I need is a WMP11 plugin for the PC that will recognize AAC when I want to add it to the library.

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