Originally Posted by Piper
It's not because the DRM'ed music are AAC (MP4) that would be a problem (because AAC/MP4 is a standard, just like MP3, MP2 etc.). No, it's because their MP4s they sell are protected, DRM'ed, and Apple thus uses "M4P" (no typo – it's M4P, not MP4) as the suffix as you can see.
Again, AAC/MP4 is a good standard. DRM'ed anything isn't good.
But KJMP, do a search on the web for how to convert M4P (again, no typo) to, say, MP4 or MP3
I know that, I just didn't phrase properly.
What I meant to say was "DRM tracks come in AAC in iTunes", that's it.
The only part I didn't know was the M4P, I heard it vaguely somewhere, but that's it.