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Convert a Lossless file to play in iTunes and iPods
Authored by: heissenbuttel on Mar 10, '04 11:33:43AM
I have been doing this for some time now, and the best way I have found is to use the now defunct MacAmp Lite X 1.5b. This was the latest version before Subband Software dispersed.

They have provided serials for its use on their website here, so what you end up with is a fully functional product. Make sure you also license the Add-ons as that includes all of the encoding features.

Once installed you simply choose to output to MP3 and play your files.

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Convert a Lossless file to play in iTunes and iPods
Authored by: osxpounder on Mar 11, '04 12:31:36PM

Thanks for the tip about MacAmp, but, I tried it, and neither of the two registration codes given on that page are actually accepted by the program I downloaded from the same page. MacAmpLiteX won't register for me.

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