Definitely. Most music downloaded from the iTunes store or imported from a CD is coverted to 256K AIFF. If you import MP3 or WAV files from your computer, they will be synced to your iPod as those types as files.
Yes, but if you sync your iPod with that computer, the CD will be erased from your iPod, so I would recommend leaving the CD on iTunes.
This is a problem... For as long as you have original CD, there is no legal problem to use the same CD in mp3 downloaded from internet. For this I use www.tunese.com
If the song is already in the MP3 format just copy it from the CD and paste it in the hard drive as it is. If the song is not in the mp3 format first you have to convert it in to MP3 format and save it to the computer. This can be done using a software called ripper which can be downloaded from the internet.
your iPod does register with itunes, just go to www.apple.com/itunes and download the itunes program to your computer... then when its downloaded then you plug in your iPod and rip a CD onto the itunes by just putting a CD into your computer and click rip or it will rip automatically for you =)
If the CD is mp3 then yes.
Some CD's can not be converted into MP3 files. If when placing the CD in the computer it does not offer to save the songs then the disc is probably locked. If it does offer right click and hit save here and click iTunes.
plug in your iPod.(to the computer!) insert your CD. some thing will pop up. click import CD for the whole thing, or click the boxes and click import for just those songs.
no it is not illegal. as long as you are not doing anything other that putting it on your computer and then putting it on an mp3 or ipod/etc
You have to drag the files from the CD onto a computer. Then, plug the Ipod touch into the computer and drag the former CD files onto your Ipod.
Put them in your Itunes library then sync your Ipod to your library.
load the CD into your computer rip the songs into your computer then sync those songs into your iPod
Most iPod hookups in cars will, indeed, attach to other MP3 or CD players.
Sorry, you can only get the music from Itunes!
maybe you had put it on a wrong folder or you had put it on a folder but your mp3 player doesn't have the feature to read beyond folders. . . . I have burnt a mp3 CD as a data CD and plays all the songs on my computer and on home DVD player as well but cant be played all these songs on my car stereo- kindly advise me how can I play all these mp3 songs recorded on CD as a data CD in my card stereo too?
To add a CD to an iPod first import it into the iTunes library where it can be converted to MP3 (or AAC) files which can then be added to the iPod. (See links below)
yes if you have the right codecs on the computer
No you need a special cable like the Pioneer CD-iU50 USB-to-iPod Adapter.
by downloading the songs on the CD on the computer and plug in your iPod and pick what songs you want on your iPod
There are several ways to do this. If you have the song you want on a CD, you can insert the CD into your computer, the rip the song from your CD to itunes, then proceed to your library and add the song from your library to your iPod. You can also download mp3 files from several sources. If you download an mp3 file, all you have to do is find where you saved it on your computer (usually found in My Music, or Documents, or sometimes if its only one file it will be on the desktop) and then drag the file in the itunes window, and it will be added to your library. then you can drag the song from your library to your iPod.
Yes, providing you have the required ports and cables you can play them from your iPod, mp3 player, etc. However, some CD players do not recognise the MP3 format if they are on a CD and will not play such CDs.
Rip the songs from the CD onto your computer as a file then send those files to your mp3 player.
They will have every feature of the new CD players and more, including mp3 playing, ipod hookups, and clarity control.
First step: You should transfer iPod music to computer. Second step: Burn your music CD on the computer.
First make sure you have itunes then insert the CD into your computer it will give you the option to download after that connect ipod to the computer and it will start downloading the CD. (you dont need an Apple computer to do this).