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Video Wave 7...importing Music

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When using Itunes...the only way I can import the down loaded songs is to burn a CD then Import via CD...

to MY MUSIC folder....I can't import from Itunes folder to MY Music Folder..I'm allways denied...

I want to use the songs that were down loaded in Itunes in Videowave 7 with out burning a CD then inporting...

OR what other Music stores will allow me to accomplish this task....Thanks Paul

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When using Itunes...the only way I can import the down loaded songs is to burn a CD then Import via CD...

to MY MUSIC folder....I can't import from Itunes folder to MY Music Folder..I'm allways denied...

I want to use the songs that were down loaded in Itunes in Videowave 7 with out burning a CD then inporting...

OR what other Music stores will allow me to accomplish this task....Thanks Paul

 

It won't happen the way you want, because of Digital Rights Management (DRM). It has nothing to do with Roxio or other like software. It is the workings of the RIAA.

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When using Itunes...the only way I can import the down loaded songs is to burn a CD then Import via CD...

to MY MUSIC folder....I can't import from Itunes folder to MY Music Folder..I'm allways denied...

I want to use the songs that were down loaded in Itunes in Videowave 7 with out burning a CD then inporting...

OR what other Music stores will allow me to accomplish this task....Thanks Paul

In addition to what Bruce mentioned, this is the same for other Music Store services also (like Napster, Walmart, etc), it's not isolated to just iTunes.

 

If you are using CD-R discs to do the burning from iTunes, you could switch to using a CD-RW disc. Then after you have 'imported' (ripped) them, you can erase the disc and use it again for the next time.

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In addition to what Bruce mentioned, this is the same for other Music Store services also (like Napster, Walmart, etc), it's not isolated to just iTunes.

 

If you are using CD-R discs to do the burning from iTunes, you could switch to using a CD-RW disc. Then after you have 'imported' (ripped) them, you can erase the disc and use it again for the next time.

 

 

Are you saying after putting all my albums on my i pod and loading them into i tunes--I can't use them on my video's?????

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Are you saying after putting all my albums on my i pod and loading them into i tunes--I can't use them on my video's?????

 

What albums? Did you capture them to your hard drive?

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