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want to put my Itunes music in MP3 format


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I know its probably asked a million times, but as it is right now, im not in the mindset personally to do a search, so if someone could help a fellow mac'r out,

I have a bunch of cd's ripped into itunes. I want to put them on a jump drive to add them to the HD in my car, how do I do this....They need to be in MP3 or wma format!

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Open up iTunes and head for Preferences. On the General tab in the "When you insert a CD:" section, hit the 'Import Settings' button.

Change the 'Import Using' to mp3 and the quality you want. Click OK a couple of times.

Back in your Library you can select a single song or multiple selections, right click, and you'll now have the option to 'Convert to mp3'.

Once done, you'll have the original version and the new mp3 version.

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