iTunes help, audio exporting?

How do I export audio from a Music CD in an MP3 format with ALL the songs at 320 kbps?

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Hi...

    To export you would first need to import...

    I do not know if you have a data disc that contains audio files or an AudioCD so here is both options.

    You can RIP an "AudioCD" with itunes ...

    Run Itunes > Edit > preferences > General > Import settings>

    (Import using) ...MP3 Encoder .

    (Setting ) >Custom > Stereo bit rate >320 ...

    Click OK > OK > OK.

    With the CD in the disc tray and itunes running click "Import".....

    Option two for data discs .....

    Make the same changes to the import settings as above ...

    The next step will depend on the advanced settings in itunes ....

    Run itunes > Edit > preferences > Advanced > Copy files to itunes media folder when adding to library...

    If the copy to media folder is selected ....

    Run itunes >Put disc in drive > File > Add folder to library > Browse > Computer > Select your CD/DVD drive...

    If the copy to media folder is NOT selected .

    NOTE this option will retain the original quality (Best possible quality) ...

    Put CD in drive > Windows key > Computer > Your CD/DVD Drive > Explore > Ctrl + A (To select all) > Right click and select "Copy" > Open your music folder > Right click >New Folder>Name folder> Open folder > Right click > Paste > Run itunes > File > Add folder to library > Browse to Music and select the coped Music...

    To export music files from itunes....

    Run itunes > Right click a single song or album and select copy.

    Minimze itunes and paste to the required location.

    Or to Burn to disc...

    Run itunes >File >New play list >Name play list

    Select music .

    Drag songs or Albums to this new play list.

    Right click play list and select "Burn play list" ..

    Select Audio CD or MP3 or Data disc from burn options...

    PS...

    You can click "Add info" should you wish to expand on your question.

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