Yes, yes it can. As long as the file extension is .aac or .m4a
Sorry but only AAC files can be used on a DSI! Use a Converter to Convert your MP3 To AAC. With itunes, you can convert them there in m4a files.
AAC is supposed to be the format for dsi but m4a works on mine
All DSi's can play AAc or M4A sound files.And you shall remove AAC or M4A DRM protection form iTunes music, then you can transfer them to you Nintendo DSi to play.More info please follow related links below.
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From your comp, put an M4A file of a song you want on an SD, then you can play it on the DSi but how????? you need to convert in to an aac file
You can get the songs from anywhere, but they have to be AAC files, such as .m4a files. You can use iTunes to convert .mp3 and .wma files into .m4a so they will work. A word of warning, though: if you buy songs from the iTunes store only iTunes Plus songs (without DRM) will work on the DSi.
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depends what format your songs are in. the w350i, which i currently own, can only play mp3, aac, m4a. anything else won't be recognised as an audio file
No. You can only play aac or m4a files on a sd card on a dsi or you can save game data to it. If you mean download DSiware games then you can but if you don't pay, this is illegal.
First, they must be in AAC format (the kind itunes uses) and they cant be protected (no .m4p's) so just get your Itunes songs that aren't protected (.m4a) and put them on your sd card.
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The two formats differ in 'packaging' and require different codec installations to play them. That's why you are provided with two file name extensions for the audio.
Those are two different video formats. MP4 uses AAC for audio while 3GP uses AMR (adaptive multi rate).
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an aac format is an... acc format :)
You don't download it. You simply run the music files off of an SD card. It only supports one type of audio codec, depending on which version you have: 1.0: .mp3 1.1: .aac (Also, .m4a)
MPEG-4 audio files can be imported to iTunes 9. They will usually have the extension .m4a or .mp4. The AAC files that you can purchase from the iTunes store are MPEG-4 audio files.
There are mp3s,aac,flac,shn,ogg,wav,aa,wma and others.Ipod does not play all.It plays AAC (M4A, M4B, and M4P up to 320 Kbps), MP3 (up to 320 Kbps), MP3 Variable Bit Rate (VBR), WAV, and AA (Audible spoken word, formats 2, 3, and 4)".
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Normally, M4A file format is associated with Apple devices and Mac system. Since 2007, music and songs purchased through the iTunes store have been in M4A format. It is a little pity that Windows Media Player cannot play M4A files. It is not so hard to open M4A files in Windows Media Player. All we need is to convert M4A to Windows Media Player supported file formats like MP3, WAV and more. You can find a soulution here:http://www.bigasoft.com/articles/m4a-to-windows-media-player-play-m4a-in-windows-media-player.html
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