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    Senior Member rosland's Avatar
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    I have a small network at home (5 PC's).

    I've used 3 of them, at different times, to download music from iTunes.
    Now I wanted to burn a CD with a mix of what I've bought so far. However, the files are only accessible through the iTunes player, and I can't make the different iTunes installs talk to each other over the network. (meaning I can't use iTunes on machine 'A' to import music from iTunes machine 'B'.)

    Is this impenetrable copy protection, or is there a way to make a CD containig a mix (currently stored on three different computers) of songs I legitimately purchased?
    S. Rosland

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    You can copy the protected song files from machine B to machine A, as long as the songs were downloaded using the same Apple ID. If not, you can just authorize machine A to play songs from whatever account they were bought.

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    Senior Member rosland's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajaspers
    You can copy the protected song files from machine B to machine A, as long as the songs were downloaded using the same Apple ID
    How?
    The only files it allows me to export are "txt" or "xml" files (which I gather are the playlist data, not the songs themselves)

    The songs are downloaded using the same Apple ID.
    S. Rosland

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    You can drag the files out of iTunes onto the Desktop, or browse to the Music/iTunes/iTunes Music folder in your home directory. M4P files are the ones you downloaded from iTunes.


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