5 Replies Latest reply: Jan 17, 2013 1:10 PM by turnermoran
larfran6 Level 1 Level 1

dans l'ancienne version, en maintenant la touche ALT et en cliquant sur Avancé, puis en sélectionnant Converir en MP3..., on pouvait convertir des fichiers présents sur notre ordi (qu'ils soient en AIFF ou en version MP3 supérieure...).


J'essaie de continuer à faire cela avec la nouvelle version, mais je n'y arrive pas.

Je suis allé dans Fichiers - Version - Créer une version MP3...

Mais il semble ne pas reconnaître les fichiers AIFF ni les autres MP3... qui demeurent grisés dans la liste de sélection...


Y a-t-il un truc que je ne connais pas ?


iMac (21.5-inch Mid 2011), OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.2), iTunes 11
  • Limnos Level 9 Level 9

    iTunes: How to convert a song to a different file format - http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1550 - including information about different formats and discussion about compression.

     

    In iTunes 11 "Create..."  is in the File menu, not the Advanced menu.

  • larfran6 Level 1 Level 1

    You don't understand what I mean.

     

    an aiff file is on my desktop.

    When I click on « Create...» in the File menu, iTunes is unable to convert this aiff file.

    But in the last version, it does.

     

    Bad version.

    The search engine give a liste of results, but not in the itunes windows.

    The illustration of Album don't appear in the left corner like the last version.

    Sad of this.

  • Leg O' Lamb Level 1 Level 1

    Same problem here? Itunes 11 does not have "advanced" area to convert files?

  • anningmay Level 1 Level 1

    The solution:

     

    First, import the aiff file into iTunes by dragging it onto the window.

     

    Next, locate the tune in iTunes (check the recently added playlist).

     

    Third, right click on the track. Choose "Create mp3 version" from the resulting pop-up menu.

     

    Voila!

  • turnermoran Level 1 Level 1

    OR...

     

    click on song from iTunes library

     

    Go to File>Create New Version (at the bottom)>Create mp3 Version

     

    this is the new way iTunes 11 does it.

     

    I was scratching my head in the same manner, as I used to find it in another drop down menu