The Xbox can't see AAC files, only MP3 files. If you imported the tracks into iTunes from CD, encoded as AAC, iTunes will happily convert them to MP3. However, iTunes refuses to convert music purchased from the iTunes store into MP3 format. The answer is to burn the purchased AAC track onto CD (which you would no doubt do anyway) as an audio file, and then import it from the CD into iTunes as an MP3.
ain't those programs illegal? your bypassing the copy protection even if you do "legally" own the music you still can't break the copyright
Does anyone know how much it works out to on a current conversion from dollars It's £24.99 so I'm guessing about £14 - is that about right?
cheers for that.
On a slight side-issue....
Can anyone explain to me what the ipod software download on the live marketplace actually does? The description says something like "allows you to play unprotected AAC files from your ipod", so does that simply mean it will play those files, as well as any mp3 files, if you plugged the ipod in via the 360's USB port? Or is it something else?
Right, so I'd find it if I went to 'play music' and selcted the ipod etc right?
So you use a mac and it connects fine to the 360 using the software you mentioned? Interesting! Presumably you use your mac and a router etc to get the 360 onto live???