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Old 04-06-2008, 04:39 AM
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Originally Posted by Piper View Post
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.
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