Killtracker with iTunes? -1 reply

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#1 12 years ago

Well ive tried JAMZ (internal music player) and Mae Dau (winamp) and yeh some times i like load CD's onto itunes and then cant play them in winamp, but i wanna use em while i play. Is there a way someone can make a killtracker VERY similar to like JAMZ but use itunes instead? Like Hell i dont even care if its a killtracker, jus a music player. You can type in keywords for songs... repeat, shuffle, play, stop, pause, next, prev u know, all the bells and whistles :rolleyes: I'd luv u greatly :eek:




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#2 12 years ago

Why dont you just import your songs into JAMS?




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#3 12 years ago

If i remember correctly, they need to be in MP3 format. That's why i use maudae's. Some music I download from itunes (particularly the TMBG songs) don't work in winamp though. So a patch or something that allows that transfusion would be well appreciated on my part!




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#4 12 years ago

Global hotkeys ftw.




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#5 12 years ago

Actually, I don't think that would work because I'm pretty sure iTunes is not open source like winamp or a built in mp3 player.




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#6 12 years ago

Oh, so your talking about the music you buy from itunes. Yeah you coud just use iTunes. However, if you want to turn it to a mp3, youll have to have a decent sound card and Audacity. Get Audacity (google it) and set the recording device as your sound card. Start recording, then play your song on iTunes. Once its done playing, export as an mp3 or wav and you can import into Jams.