Convert protected WMA, MP3, AAC (iTunes), M4p to
WMA, MP3, CD, iPod and
other MP3 player file formats at high speed and CD
SoundTaxi Short Description:
Easily convert protected WMA, MP3, AAC, M4p music files and
various audio files to MP3, CD, iPod and other
MP3 player file formats at high speed and CD quality- legally.
Supported file formats:
any format Media Player supports
If you can listen your music on your PC - you
can listen it on any of your audio player. Just convert it with
SoundTaxi without loosing original quality.
With just a few mouse clicks you can enjoy all your songs on iPod, any
other MP3 player, CD player, mobile phone or PC - without any
SoundTaxi is easy to install and use with a very handy and clear user
It lets you choose the compression level and it preserves ID3 tags for
artist, album, title names etc.
The SoundTaxi supports the following formats:
MTV / urge
A batch mode and the drag&drop function for folders and files allow to
convert and unprotect large music collections with just 1-click.
very easy to use and install
converts any song that can be played with Media Player to MP3, AAC, WAV
etc for use with iPod, any other MP3 player, CD player, mobile phone or
converts songs for use with iPod, any other MP3 player, CD player, mobile
phone or PC
preserves ID3 tags for artist, album, title names etc.
batch mode for converting large song collections
allows to convert complete folder structures and recreates these
structures on output
selectable compression level and output format
very fast conversion, up to 13x the playback speed
can convert in HIFI and CD quality
Vista, Windows XP x32 or Windows 2003 x32
256 Megabyte RAM
Microsoft's MediaPlayer 9 or higher installed
Q. How can I change
files to MP3 so that I can play them on my iPod?
A lot of Windows users have ripped many of their CDs using Windows
Media Player's default audio codec, protected WMA. With the popularity of the iPod, many users have noted with dismay that they can't play WMA
files on their iPods. Luckily, iTunes provides a simple way to
convert your protected WMAs to MP3s so you can play them anywhere.
A. To change to protected Windows Media Audio (WMA)
files to the popular and ubiquitous MP3 format, simply drag the WMA
files into your iTunes library.
The easiest way to do this is to find the folder that holds your
music (by default, it's going to be something like C:\Documents and
Settings\User name\My Documents\My Music) and drag it into your
iTunes library. iTunes will automatically recognize all of the WMA
files and ask you if you want to convert them to MP3.
Go ahead and tell iTunes to convert your music, and it will
automatically convert and add them to your library. At this point,
you should easily be able to sync the music to your iPod as always.
In the future (to make things easier on yourself), be sure that you
always rip your CDs to MP3s.