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Old 06-25-2009, 10:10 PM
joshme17 joshme17 is offline
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Originally Posted by dfkt View Post
M4A is just one of the commonly used file extensions for AAC encoded audio files. They can be DRMed (like WMA) and they can also be non-crippled files (also, like WMA). Of course Rockbox (or anything else besides iTunes and iPods) does not play iTunes "FairPlay" DRMed AAC files - those players only play non-crippled AAC.

What he said.

But you can make playlists with winamp, or another media player. I just use a program called "playlist creator", pretty self explanatory.
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