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Mac/Windows: iTunes 4.5 released

piciTunes 4.5 has been announced by Apple within the iTunes Music Store.

What’s new in iTunes:

  • Free Downloads/Single of the Week

  • iMix - Publish Your Playlists

  • Music Videos

  • Movie Trailers

  • Radio Charts

  • Party Shuffle

  • CD Insert Printing

  • Wish List

  • Import WMA Files (Windows)

  • Lossless Encoder

  • Links to Music Store (Requires iTunes 4.5)

    What’s new in this version:

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    License: Freeware
    System Requirements:

    Windows

    Windows XP or 2000
    500 MHz Pentium class processor or better
    QuickTime 6.5.1 (included)
    128 MB RAM minimum/256 RAM recommended
    Latest Windows service packs recommended
    Supported CD-RW drive to burn CDs, video display card, soundcard
    DSL, cable modem, or LAN-based high-speed Internet connection recommended for buying and streaming music

    Macintosh

    Mac OS X v10.1.5 or later
    400MHz G3 processor or better
    QuickTime 6.2 required to encode AAC
    128 MB RAM minimum/256 RAM recommended
    DSL, cable modem, or LAN-based high-speed Internet connection recommended for buying and streaming music

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    61

    I record lectures with my iPod and iTalk.  It records in WAV file which is huge.  I want to convert the WAV files to mp3 without much loss in sound quality.  Right now when I convert it with iTunes 4 (I have a brand new powerbook) it hear chirping in the mp3 file that’s not in the WAV file.  I googled under “chirping” and iPod and found this discussion.  I need help.  Any ideas?

    Posted by David on July 16, 2005 at 6:53 PM (CDT)

    62

    From the previous post—I have iTunes 4.9

    Posted by David on July 16, 2005 at 6:59 PM (CDT)

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