[iTunes] converting .aiff files to .mp3

Kirk McElhearn kirklists at wanadoo.fr
Thu Sep 22 07:26:42 PDT 2005

On Sep 22, 2005, at 4:06 PM, Lynda Farabee wrote:

>>> Altho I can work with the individual sermon files on the CD  
>>> provided by PC person, I have to use Audion.  iTunes doesn't  
>>> recognize the CD. It's on my desktop but not seen through iTunes.  
>>> They are .wma files.
>> Hold on - you're working with .wma files? How? A CD should give  
>> WAV/AIFF files...
> I'm sorry...not clear.....a PC person takes the CD iTunes can't  
> work with, puts the sermon file on the CD and gives it to me. That  
> file is .wma  That's what I finally convert to mp3 thru Audion.  I  
> never did it this way before.
> Originally I had .aiff files but now iTunes won't convert them.  Is  
> this more clear?

I still don't understand. Why do you get a wma file? That's a  
compressed Windows Media Player file...

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