Burn music to a virtual drive?

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  1. failurbydesign

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    Can this be done?
     
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  2. Android412

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    Re: Burn music to a virtural drive?

    Why?

    The only reason I could think of would be to listen to the same list of songs repeatedly, in which case you would just create a play list in your media player.
     
  3. failurbydesign

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    Why? Burning to a virtual drive to re-import in itunes..
     
  4. ZeroHour

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    I would like this too tbh but I have found no way as of yet.
     
  5. ming

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    err... would that be the same as creating an .iso file? Why not burn to CD?
     
  6. Dark Atheist

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    yes use imgburn to make an iso of all your music
     
  7. failurbydesign

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    Nope...i need itunes to burn a cd to a virtual drive so i can re-rip it into itunes.
     
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    Mediamonkey. You can burn virtual discs with this + plays all apple formats, and runs winamp2 plugins. Kind of hard to beat.
     
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  9. legodude83089

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    I'm assuming you have older encrypted music from iTunes that you want to reimport. Depending on which version of iTunes you currently have, I would try to use a software program called Requiem.

    Requiem is a program that decrypts your music (and videos, though not rentals) the same way that iTunes does, losslessly, and copys the decrypted version to a new file. It works great so long as the version of requiem you have is compatible with the version of iTunes you have. Good luck.
     
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