Question about Audio Players & Recorders
DRM stands for Digitial Rights Management. What this means is that one of your files (MP3 or more likely a WMA) is protected and can't be copied. You can check which ones are by right clicking on each file, and selecting properties. You will see the word 'protected'. At the side of that it will say either YES or NO. If it says YES you can't copy the file. Most music files that are protected are WMA files. These were sold at download stores, apart from I-Tunes who used a different file system. Most sites have now replaced them with none protected MP3.
The only way round copying a protected audio is to re-record it with audio recording software such as DanDans Audio Editor etc. You play it back and record, then save it as an MP3.
There is software that will convert them, but unless you have loads of protected files, I wouldn't bother looking for it as you have to pay for the convertor.
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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