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  1. RHCAXD

    RHCAXD New Member

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    I just got an ipod touch 8gb and before it the only mp3 player i had was a creative zen, now when i had it there was an option in which you could set windows media player to convert all the music you were copying to it to a predefined format/bitrate, is there a similar option in itunes????
    thnx
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    Meikura Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I don't think so. iTunes just copies your music across as it is.
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    Gamma Active Member

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    One solution could be to pass everything through WMP before putting it into your iTunes library, but that seems needlessly tedious
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    Meikura Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Why do you want to convert your music before you sync anyway?
    What's wrong with the format it's currently in?
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    guitarplayr82 New Member

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    There is a way...

    In the iTunes 8 preferences, under general, you can click "Import Settings" in the "When you insert a CD:" section. From here you can set options for changing the format of the song when you import it, or if the song is already imported you can right click it and choose to change the format from there.

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