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Add WMA files to iTunes
Authored by: annatb53 on Nov 12, '08 12:48:44PM

I would like to warn others:
Neither Switch nor any other app can do anything with a DRM .WMA file on a Mac. I understand that people need to protect their intellectual property. For that reason I legally purchased audio books. Also legally purchased the flip4mac WMV Player Pro. Only to discover that Mac users are locked out of using wma files that are rights protected (drm). This is also theft, no less reprehensible than piracy, because I paid for them. No refund because the small print says I should have established first whether I can play wma files on my "device". Yes, I can - but not if they are rights protected - because then they need to be converted first.

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