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Adding Music To Production


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I have been able to add music to previous versions of EMC from Napster. I realize the tracks must be purchased and I have tried burning them to a CD first but they are still WMA files and are protected. Please tell me hoew to deal with this. Is there a way I can convert to a mp3 file? Any other ideas?

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I have been able to add music to previous versions of EMC from Napster. I realize the tracks must be purchased and I have tried burning them to a CD first but they are still WMA files and are protected. Please tell me hoew to deal with this. Is there a way I can convert to a mp3 file? Any other ideas?

 

Have you tried this? Burn to CD, go to Rip, select Options, from Options elect to rip as MP3. Rip to your hard drive as MP3 and you can use in EMC.

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I have been able to add music to previous versions of EMC from Napster. I realize the tracks must be purchased and I have tried burning them to a CD first but they are still WMA files and are protected. Please tell me hoew to deal with this. Is there a way I can convert to a mp3 file? Any other ideas?

 

The Issue is that I do have purchase and burn rights. I have purchased many songs over the years. Thanks for taking the time to reply.

 

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The Issue is that I do have purchase and burn rights. I have purchased many songs over the years. Thanks for taking the time to reply.

 

Check your EULA, but I would think that you should be able to burn the songs to a CD, at least 1 time.

 

Did you really pay for music, and download it in the WMA format? You had no other options?

 

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