this would be huge, i'd think . . . maybe bigger than the iPhone?<br><br><a href="http://www.tech.co.uk/home-entertainment/hi-fi-and-audio/hi-fi-amps-and-receivers/news/apple-to-open-up-fairplay-drm?articleid=394429162">link here</a><br><br>--<br>"I am mindful that diversity is one of the strengths of the country" --president bush on 9/27/05
I guess I just don't understand all this DRM talk. I can take an iTunes-purchased song and play it on ANY device by ANY manufacturer that plays MP3s, .wav, .aif or any format Quicktime supports. It takes one click in iTunes to convert the song to MP3. Ooooohhh, I can see how Apple has completely locked everyone else out. Puhleez!<br><br>About the time that Apple finally opens the DRM completely, the record labels will jack the price up to the point where people go back to pirating the music anyway.<br><br>CreativeGuy for daily tips, tricks and commentary on all things graphic design.
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maybe it's one click for you, but the average user gets the following message when trying to one-click to MP3:<br><br><img src="http://homepage.mac.com/jayhawk/.Pictures/iTMS_cant_convert.jpg" width="478" height="151" alt=""/><br><br>--<br>"I am mindful that diversity is one of the strengths of the country" --president bush on 9/27/05
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>It takes one click in iTunes to convert the song to MP3. Ooooohhh, I can see how Apple has completely locked everyone else out. Puhleez!<p><hr></blockquote><p>Can you please show me how you do that? I don't care if it takes 1 click or 20 clicks, but if you have to burn the files to a CD that doesn't count.<br><br>
As I recall, with Toast 6, you could make a disk image and that was good enough to strip the DRM . . . just open the image and export the file to your desktop as AIFF, and you're all set. That was made impossible in Toast 7. Fortunately, I kept a copy of Toast 6 on my HD.<br><br>
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