Simply way to listen WMA/DRM audio file with Mediaportal

Discussion in 'Listen Music' started by mamachan, February 23, 2008.

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    This is a simply way to listen audio file with DRM protection directly in Mediaportal.
    This method is totally FREE and LEGAL.
    Securely most of Mediaportal's user already knows this method.

    1) download wma/drm audio file from Scaricare musica gratis legalmente? Con Downlovers si può! (personally i know only this site where the download are free and legal - you must to watch commercial spot during the download)
    2) play for few second with WMP11 each downloaded files to get the DRM permissions
    3) burn the downloaded files with WMP11 in a CD-RW disk (at this point is already possible to play CD with MP)
    4) rip the created CD with Mediaportal (or any other ripper software), in mp3, ogg, wma, or other format, if you like to storage it in the HDD.
    5) now MP is able to reproduce the file from HDD too.

    Only problem: the quality is not the best, (2 conversion, with decrement of quality).


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