Re: converting audio from an mp4 file
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Ah okay. I don’t remember if your typical M4A is locked no more like they use to be. But perhaps I’m wrong. Meh I guess the only way to truly find out is to get switch and try. Do you have the direct download link? Don’t wana risk going to the wrong place and virousing a $1200 XPS.
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Kevin Minor
Sent: Monday, December 7, 2020 12:31 PM
Subject: Re: [win10] converting audio from an mp4 file
I believe it will handle .m4r. I don’t think Switch will handle protected iTunes files.
Kevin and Jilly
Switch will handle ITunes AAC files right? I know I know the extension is .N4A. But last I heard though they put that it’s actually an AAC file. I use to use an old version of free audio converter from the people that did Free youtube to MP3 converter. Don’t remember if that did MP4 though.
Switch free sound converter,
From NCH Software.