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Windows Media Player 10 [convert/sync]

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Porsche Design    0

Dear Members,

I am having problems converting .mp3 files to Sync to my mp3 Player known as "Removable Disk (G:)" it converts to wma.

When I discovered WMP10, i wuz like: WHOA, it converts when i sync so i dun have to convert before i Sync, well, actually, drag-n-drop the files into the disk icon in windows Explorer. the problem is in WMP10, it converts to .wma instead of .mp3 and my mp3 device does not play that.

i know if i had gotten an iPod G4 this would have never happened with iTunes + its firewire/usb 2.0!

But again, i didn't and i have tried iTunes before, and it just got my files all screwed up cuz when i convert an .mp3 file to a lower bit rate, i would have double files having to delete the original .mp3 with high bit rate.

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NiceCarpet    0

You are sure you have the Mp3 encoder?

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AgEnTsMiTh    0

Moved Here

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itsnotabigtruck    0

On the CD burning page, select MP3 as your format. MP3 encoding was added built-in to WM10.

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Porsche Design    0

lets just say not all my music is rippied from my CDs

i select my device and it identifies it and asks me if i want it automatic or manual sync thenin a tab it says covert files for it and it lets u choose the bit rate but its for wma format not mp3 :cry:

thanx for moving it to the right spot

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Sn1p3t    0
lets just say not all my music is rippied from my CDs

i select my device and it identifies it and asks me if i want it automatic or manual sync thenin a tab it says covert files for it and it lets u choose the bit rate but its for wma format not mp3 :cry:

thanx for moving it to the right spot

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Did memodude's suggestion help? If not, then you're going to have to convert it before manually :(

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mortee    0

Hey guys, has any solution been found for this problem since then (i.e. using mp3 format when converting for portables)?

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cal2002    0

You can't do this with WMP.

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