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iTunes and CD copy
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Feb 28, 2001, 06:13 AM
Hi! I have a collections of CD and I always meakek duplicate of them (I have a CD chnager in my car and don't want to ruin all my cool or rare CD's)
iTunes doesn't let me just copy a full CD or tacks from a CD (copyright protection?)
Is there any way to work around this restriction?
it's a bummer, cause i'm forced to quit, re-install Toasts extensions, reboot and use toast. Bummer...
Thanks 4 the help

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Mar 1, 2001, 03:14 PM
The default is to rip the audio tracks to .mp3, but it can be changed. iTunes lets you copy all the tracks from a CD as AIFF files if you want (which you CAN burn back to a blank disc to make a perfect digital copy of the original CD). Look under advanced options in the preferences of iTunes.
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