iTunes also supports (I believe) the vorbis .ogg format too. It is similar to MP3 but is an open standard format with higher quality (don't know how it compares to AAC though).<br><br><pre>** sometimes you win, and sometimes you learn **</pre><p>
John as an audio pro I kind of cringe at the fact of converting an already compressed file into another even more compressed file format. If you have the originals then I would asy go reimport them. It is kind of like turning a jpeg into a gif and then wanting to use it for print!<br><br>Need a laugh? Visit CreatorDude.com
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