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AAC is Apple's proprietary system for encoding


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How to Convert AAC to MP3 Using iTunes

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** How to Convert AAC to MP3 Using iTunes **

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"converting aac to mp3"

iTunes' Import Settings Menu

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Music bought from the iTunes Store comes in the AAC digital audio format.
While AAC is thought by many to be superior to MP3, it isn't compatible
with as many devices as MP3 (though AAC works pretty widely). As a result,
you may want to convert from AAC to MP3 to make sure your music works with
all your devices. If you use iTunes, here's how to do it.
*Difficulty: *Average
*Time Required: *A few minutes

-Here's How:-

1. To begin, you have to make sure iTunes is set to create MP3 files (its
encoding functions allow you to create many kinds of files, including AAC,
MP3, and Apple Lossless). To do this, you'll need to open the Preferences
window. *On Windows* do this by going to Edit -> Preferences. *On a Mac* go
to iTunes -> Preferences.
2. In the Preferences window that pops up, click the "Import Settings"
button towards the bottom of the General tab. You'll find it next to the
"When you insert a CD" drop-down box.
3. In the Import Settings window that pops up, choose MP3 Encoder from the
"Import Using" drop-down. You'll also want to choose something in the
"Setting" menu. The higher the quality setting, the better the converted
song will sound. I'd recommend 192 kbps or 256 kbps, and certainly nothing
lower than the


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