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Topic # 7818 12-May-2006 16:16
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is there any way i can turn a music file (windows media) to mp3 format i have musicmatch jukebox and windows media player

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  Reply # 35603 12-May-2006 16:36
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Plenty of programs offer this capability. Careful though - some have spyware. Try http://www.nonags.com







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  Reply # 35627 13-May-2006 07:06
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Have never had any problems with http://www.download.com/CDex/3000-2140-10226370.html




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  Reply # 36776 26-May-2006 23:50
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hey hey guys thanks for the quick replys
but what im trying to do is i have a heap of media files stored on my hard drive and what i want to do is convert them to mp3 so i can use them in my movie making like i said before i have windows media player and jukbox music match the only other way i have found to do this is to put them onto cd and thenburnt them back on my harddrive thru music match as mp3 the only problem is i work away and cant get access to any cds!!

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