Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I tunes and mp3 players are not compadable. i tunes is strictly for apple products(ipods) 2 download music to mp3 player, you would have to download music from ur pc from limewire or something like that. it will then copy to ur windows media player library and be ready to sync mp3 player.. good luck
Posted on Dec 16, 2009
ITunes music is under its DRM protection so your player can not recognize it. With Daniusoft Media Converter pro excellent tech you can now easily remove iTunes music DRM protection.
Posted on Dec 26, 2009
Any music from iTunes will come in a copy-protected AAC format. This format will only work on an iPod, and only on one that is "authorized" on a given computer. If your son's MP3 player is not an iPod, here is what you must do:
1. Burn an audio CD from iTunes with the music you want. You will probably need more than one.
2. Use Windows Media Player to "rip" the music from the new CD. You must first go to the "Rip options" tab in the windows media player options dialog and change the format to "MP3." Keep the bitrate below 192 kbps for optimal compatibility.
3. After you have ripped the music off the CD, it will show up in the "My Music" folder with a name like "Unknown Artist 12/11/09 5:33pm." Each file in there will be called "01 Track 1.mp3, 02 Track 2.mp3," etc. I recommend renaming these to the artist and song titles for ease of use. Then copy the mp3s to the device using windows explorer.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
so when the mp3 is hooked up and windows media player is open there is a long box on the side of the screen and drag the songs you want into the box and when you got all the song in the box press start sinc. and with the itunes problem put a blank CD in the computer and open up itunes there is a small button on the bottom of the screen that says burn and it will put all the songs on the CD then close itunes and rip the song from the CD on to the computer and then just drag the songs like on the first step i told you.
Posted on Jun 26, 2008
Burn the songs that you have on itunes to a blank CD and then put that CD into the computer and transfer the songs onto your mp3 player that way
Posted on Jul 04, 2008
Ticodude is right, Creative players do not support iTunes, and vice versa. There is, however, 3rd party software that will not only allow you to sync your Zen player with iTunes. It will also perform a completely legal 'virtual burn' of those protected ACC files (m4p) and allow you to sync them as well. It's called TuneClone, you can download it here: http://www.tuneclone.com/itunes-creative-zen/
Another 3rd party app that is very popular for this is iTunesSync: http://www.pcworld.com/downloads/file/fid,69633/description.html
Posted on May 30, 2009
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