RIP DRM – EMI and Apple announce DRM-free, higher quality downloads.
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Perfect podcast, it’s good for my english and gonna love the southern accent. (I guess texas)
My question about the drm free music purchase is the following.
You can’t connect a zune, creative, sony or another mp3 player to Itunes.
How about the mac, can you connect a zune etc. to a mac, seen as a store device for files??
If this might work, do you have to copy the file from the finder to the device?
And how about the codec, it’s aac, most of the mp3 players don’t support this.
You still have to burn the songs on a disc and rip them.
It’s the same story as drm bought music, you can burn to an audio disc and rip them. Now you have to pay $0.30 more.
Guido, you won’t have to burn a disk, you can simply convert the files to MP3. I tunes will do that in 1 click.
As for connecting to other devices, you’re right, they won’t connect to iTunes like an iPod, but you should be able to easily import the converted MP3 files to whatever software your brand of player uses.