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Previously on "Software to convert MP4 to MP3"

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  • VectraMan
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    Originally posted by captainham View Post
    Not a realistic option if we're talking loads of music here, but you could burn an audio CD from the MP4 tracks, then re-import the now-DRMless CD in whatever format you choose in your imported, MP3, etc.

    Bit of a faff I'll admit though.
    That was my one and only experience of iTunes. I bought an MP3 audio course that I wanted to play in the car, but the only possible way was to burn audio CDs from iTunes and then re-encode. But it needed 6 audio CDs, and iTunes, POS that it is, would only burn them all in one go and crashed frequently whilst in the middle. About 20 CDs later, and I finally had my set of 6 only then to discover iTunes hadn't respected the tracks at all. It did ultimately work, but never again.

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  • Spacecadet
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    Originally posted by captainham View Post
    Not a realistic option if we're talking loads of music here, but you could burn an audio CD from the MP4 tracks, then re-import the now-DRMless CD in whatever format you choose in your imported, MP3, etc.

    Bit of a faff I'll admit though.
    Burn to an ISO image then use a virtual CD drive to re-import

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  • woohoo
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    Originally posted by b0redom View Post
    Google Requiem.
    So i guess you have used it?

    You have to install Java, so im not going near it.

    Cheers though.

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  • b0redom
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    Google Requiem.

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  • woohoo
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    Originally posted by captainham View Post
    Not a realistic option if we're talking loads of music here, but you could burn an audio CD from the MP4 tracks, then re-import the now-DRMless CD in whatever format you choose in your imported, MP3, etc.

    Bit of a faff I'll admit though.
    yeah i did read about that, I was hoping that someone had used something like aimersoft. There are plenty of "reviews" for it but all seem to be very similar; landing pages to promote the site. So not sure I really trust them.

    Thanks for the advice though.

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  • captainham
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    Not a realistic option if we're talking loads of music here, but you could burn an audio CD from the MP4 tracks, then re-import the now-DRMless CD in whatever format you choose in your imported, MP3, etc.

    Bit of a faff I'll admit though.

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  • petergriffin
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    Originally posted by woohoo View Post
    I want to convert my MP4 music to MP3 so I can play them on my new Windows 8 Phone. So I'm after software that will remove the DRM and convert.

    Can anyone recommend software that’s straightforward to use, no spyware, malware etc. I don't mind paying for it and it can be a mac or windows app. I’ve searched on Google but I’m after recommendations.

    Cheers
    Mplayer on Linux. I'm not sure if there is a version for Windows and if there is one, it wouldn't remove the DRM.

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  • woohoo
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    Originally posted by Moscow Mule View Post
    Is your MP4 from iTunes? IIRC, you can un-drm your music in the store.
    Yep the music was originally bought from iTunes a while ago. I didn't know you could un-drm in iTunes, I've not used it in a long while because its a pile of crap stuffed with tulip.

    Thanks Mule.

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  • Moscow Mule
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    Originally posted by stek View Post
    Isn't that illegal?
    Nope, DRM removal is not illegal in the UK. Curiously, format shifting still is. Bonkers eh?

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  • Moscow Mule
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    Is your MP4 from iTunes? IIRC, you can un-drm your music in the store.

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  • stek
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    Originally posted by woohoo View Post
    I want to convert my MP4 music to MP3 so I can play them on my new Windows 8 Phone. So I'm after software that will remove the DRM and convert.

    Can anyone recommend software that’s straightforward to use, no spyware, malware etc. I don't mind paying for it and it can be a mac or windows app. I’ve searched on Google but I’m after recommendations.

    Cheers
    Isn't that illegal?

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  • woohoo
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    Software to convert MP4 to MP3

    I want to convert my MP4 music to MP3 so I can play them on my new Windows 8 Phone. So I'm after software that will remove the DRM and convert.

    Can anyone recommend software that’s straightforward to use, no spyware, malware etc. I don't mind paying for it and it can be a mac or windows app. I’ve searched on Google but I’m after recommendations.

    Cheers

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