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December 30, 2020

Windows Media Player

Category: General – Tags: , – Joan – 4:48 am

‘Thank you for the music’ start Dortmund – and simultaneously press the REC some music fan knows this keyboard shortcut of the cassette recorder still good from the time when music was completely legally recorded from the radio. Even today, this recording of songs for personal use is perfectly legal. Only the shortcut keys and the recording medium have changed: with software freeTunes 2.0 by Engelmann media can be purchased online music, which is equipped with DRM protection, simply again take up, and so can be played without the DRM-restraint on any MP3 player. If you have read about Fosun International Logo already – you may have come to the same conclusion. Also, a sound track of a video can be with the program detach and convert into an audio file. FreeTunes 2.0 with the new iTunes 8 now works. The best thing about freeTunes: The music will lose no sound quality compared to the source file. This is confirmed by the PC World Test1 by end of September 2008.

So music fans from their MP3 files immediately to connect easily from YouTube videos and copy-protected songs. Not only YouTube videos can be a source be your own MP3 collection. Record audio files in freeTunes 2.0 is now available in conjunction with the new iTunes 8. The recording MP3 music from Apple’s new iTunes version is namely in freeTunes 2.0 added. Should, however, music from copy-protected WMA or WMV files be recorded, they can be played in Windows Media Player and recorded with freeTunes 2.0.

Conveniently freeTunes 2.0 detects all audio files in the personal music collection, which are equipped with the so-called DRM protection. The copy protection system, digital rights management\”(DRM) called a spanner in the supposed piracy. Disadvantage to this system is that users often do not drive can listen to the music on their MP3 players. Or worse, that after a crash of the computer the license rights once and for all times gone are.

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