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Toast No Longer Recognized Itunes .m4A For Conversion





After installing Toast 11.1 update, the "Convert" feature no longer supports .M4A (iTunes) audio files. Before the update, I was able to convert my iTunes music to files that could be played as WAVs. After that, I want to convert WAVs to WMAs so I can play them in my car's radio via USB.


I was in the middle of the conversion project and now it no longer works.


I uninstalled Toast 11.1 and reinstalled 11.0 so I can complete this project but now even version 11.0 says that .M4A are an "Unsupported format (see attachment screen grab).


Can anyone help?


I'm running Mac OS 10.8.2.


Thanks in advance!

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I'm presuming these are not protected iTunes stores tracks. How are you adding the tracks to Toast? Since they are in iTunes try using the Toast Media Browser to access the tracks. If you put them in an iTunes playlist before launching Toast then the playlist will show in the browser's iTunes section.


The Toast plist is in your user>Library>Preferences folder. You may need to hold down the Option key while selecting the Finder's Go menu to access that library.

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