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Topic: ALAC DRM protected by default? (Read 2261 times) previous topic - next topic
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ALAC DRM protected by default?

I've decided to turn my entire CD collection in ALAC using iTunes. I am using the default configuration for Itunes, having changed nothing except to tell it to do lossless.

Now, I also want to be able to have these files on another Ipod.

My question is as follows: If I turn these CD's into ALAC for one ipod, one account, can I simply copy the ALAC files from the computer and place them onto another, so that I can import them into a different ipod/account?

Thanks.

ALAC DRM protected by default?

Reply #1
iTunes has never used DRM on user-encoded files, either lossy or lossless.

 

 
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