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This is a lossy compression format (meaning iTunes makes your tracks consume less space by removing audio data that you shouldnt be able to hear).To combine tracks, simply select the files you want to join and choose Join from iTunes Advanced menu.Again, the higher the bit rate, the better the audio quality and the bigger the file.For those CDs that dont have track names automatically added, you can click on individual titles and add names manually.If you use mirrors, use a script to pick a random mirror and just give people one link that says 'download now'.ITunes will begin ripping the CD and adding the tracks to the iTunes library.
Choose any format, any bit rate.
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In the resulting Import Settings window you can choose AAC Encoder, aiff Encoder, Apple Lossless Encoder, MP3 Encoder, or WAV Encoder from the Import Using pop-up menu.
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