Thread: .m4a file
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Old 2005-03-22, 01:43 PM
ffooky ffooky is offline
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Re: .m4a file

Stupidly, the .m4a extension is used for both AAC and ALAC (Apple Lossless) so the quickest way to tell one from t'other is filesize. You need iTunes to play the ALAC variety though you can decompress them usingthis if you don't want to install iTunes.
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