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cdward21 -> HELP! (11/1/2005 3:13:00 PM)

Just bought a Pioneer DEH-p7700MP and started making MP3 cd's to play in it.  I got a bunch of MP3's on my comp and wrote them to a CDRW disc, popped it in my cd player and it says all the files are secured by DRM.  What is DRM and how do I remedy this so I can play my MP3's in my cd player??

SithTracy -> RE: HELP! (11/1/2005 4:51:44 PM)

DRM is digital rights management.  If you are using CD-RW's, it might be best to rip your DRM MP3's to a standard audio CD and then re-encode them to MP3.

I have that deck too... I love it!

MP3Mogul -> RE: HELP! (11/1/2005 4:52:32 PM)

DRM, (Digital Rights Management) means those files are protected, and you are not going to be able to burn them to a disc and play them.  You downloaded them from a site (don't know which one) but they may only be used for what the site you downloaded them intended.

SithTracy -> RE: HELP! (11/1/2005 5:09:14 PM)


and you are not going to be able to burn them to a disc and play them.

With research, he will.

Hi ho, hi ho... It's off to Google you go!!!  Good luck cdward21, and enjoy that car deck!

MP3Mogul -> RE: HELP! (11/1/2005 6:54:46 PM)

Yeah, me knows!!! [;)]

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