Does a mp3 player work in the same way like an Ipod?
and work with itunes?.. I want a mp3 but i would like to see the artist and those stuff before choice the song.. does a mp3 have that stuff? is cheap.. i have no money for ipods.
which program does work with an mp3? thanks ill check it.
Yes an mp3 player work the same way as an ipod but you can not use it with itunes. You can buy a mp3 that has the same fuctions as an ipod you just have to search for one. You can also get an ipod on ebay for cheap so check that out
Will a song purchased from the iTunes store work with an MP3 player that isn't an iPod?
I have a Philips GoGear ViBE.
As the music in iTunes is encrypted with DRM, you cannot directly put it on any non-Apple MP3 player. The easiest way is to burn the music to an audio CD and then rip it back to Windows Media Player or a similar program as an MP3. Or you can get some software to help you. I use TuneClone to do this. Though not free, it is very well worth a try.
Below is its step by step tutorial about how to get iTunes 8 music converted to MP3:
Can songs from iTunes work with other players? Can you burn them to a cd?
I just have a plain mp3 player, so that got me to thinking. Also, I want to maybe burn a cd of the songs I download from iTunes, so I can play them in my car. Can anyone answer the above questions?
Do iTunes plus songs work with any mp3 player?
I heard they're now offering songs without DRM and in MP3 format. Can I put these songs onto an MP3 player that‘s NOT an iPod?
I dont think so because itunes is made for ipod and other apple music player
Can i buy an Mp3 player that works with ITUNES ?
Ive had 3 IPODS (40GB) and the hard drives have failed on all of them. Is there another make that works with ITUNES library? Decent Hard Drive Size 20 GB plus would be ideal!
Christ sake can i have some normal answers please. there are others that work with ITUNES
Synchronizing iPod and other players
iTunes can automatically synchronize its music and video library with an iPod every time it is connected. (The OS X version of iTunes can also synchronize with a number of other digital music players; the Windows version will only support the iPod.) New songs and playlists are automatically copied to the iPod and songs that have been deleted from the library on the computer are also deleted from the iPod. Ratings awarded to songs on the iPod will sync back to the iTunes library and audiobooks will remember the current playback position.
Automatic synchronization can be turned off in favor of manually copying individual songs or complete playlists; however, iTunes supports only copying music to the iPod but not from it, which has inspired third party software for the latter purpose. It is also possible to copy from the iPod using ordinary Unix command line tools, or by simply enabling the “show hidden files and folders” option under “folder options”, then copying music from the iPod drive to a local disk for backup.
When an iPod is connected that does not contain enough free space to sync the entire iTunes music library, a playlist will be created and given a name matching that of the connected iPod. This playlist can then be modified to the user's preference in song selection to fill the available space.
ITunes supports a number of other popular portable music players with some limitations, most notably the inability to play music purchased from the iTunes Music Store. Supported players include a number of NOMAD players from Creative Labs, some players from Rio Audio and Archos, and the Nakamichi SoundSpace 2 device. Other manufacturers may also offer integration by way of a device plugin. A number of third party programs have been created to help a user of iTunes to synchronize songs with any music player that can be mounted as an external drive.
Though iTunes is the only official method for synchronizing with the iPod, there are other programs available that allow the iPod to sync with other software players.
As of iTunes 7 purchased music can be copied from the iPod onto the computer. The computer must be authorized by that iTunes account. ITunes currently allows up to 5 computers to be authorized on one account. It does not allow you to transfer imported music files between computers. This may be necessary to back songs up, transfer songs to a new computer, or restore music after a disk failure using an iPod as the backup source. A number of shareware or freeware applications exist that complement iTunes.
ITunes for Mac OS X: Compatible Players
Learn which digital music players and CD MP3 players you can use with iTunes and Mac OS X.
ITunes for Mac OS X has built-in support for digital music players and for CD MP3 players.
1. To play AAC and AAC Protected songs, your iPod must have iPod Software 1.3 or later installed. Not all digital music players can play AAC songs and only iPod can play AAC Protected songs.
2. Songs you import from an audio CD using the AAC format can be converted to MP3 files, which you can burn to MP3 CDs or play on third-party digital music players.
3. Songs purchased from the iTunes Store are encoded using the AAC Protected format and cannot be converted to MP3 format. You can burn them to audio CDs and play them in consumer audio CD players.
Digital Players Manufacturer Connection
iPod Apple FireWire / USB
Nomad II Creative Labs USB
Nomad II MG Creative Labs USB
Nomad II c Creative Labs USB
Nomad Jukebox Creative Labs USB
Nomad Jukebox 20GB Creative Labs USB
Nomad Jukebox C Creative Labs USB
Novad MuVo Creative Labs USB
Rio One SONICBlue/S3 USB
Rio 500 SONICBlue/S3 USB
Rio 600 SONICBlue/S3 USB
Rio 800 SONICBlue/S3 USB
Rio 900 SONICBlue/S3 USB
Rio S10 SONICBlue/S3 USB
Rio S11 SONICBlue/S3 USB
Rio S30S SONICBlue/S3 USB
Rio S35S SONICBlue/S3 USB
Rio S50 SONICBlue/S3 USB
Rio Chiba SONICBlue/S3 USB
Rio Fuse SONICBlue/S3 USB
Rio Cali SONICBlue/S3 USB
psa]play 60 Nike USB
psa]play 120 Nike USB
SoundSpace 2 Nakamichi USB
CD MP3 Players Manufacturer
RioVolt SP250 SONICBlue/S3
RioVolt SP100 SONICBlue/S3
RioVolt SP90 SONICBlue/S3
I hope you find this useful information.
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