Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have some windows media player songs on my computer and i put them on my mp3( they are WMA. it says No Authority and wont play them.
These files have DRM, or Digital Rights Management, which only allows them to play on authorized machines. There are many programs out there to remove the DRM without affecting the quality of the songs, such as freeme2 and Digital Music Converter. Another method is to burn them to a CD, then re-rip them. It is fair use if you're using them on your own devices.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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