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I'm not sure if it removes the DRM, you can try... it would be a great idea, illegal, though ...
This is not my script, I found it (I think on LQ)
#1 install faad2 (urpmi faad2, etc.)
#2 run bash script:
# Put this script in the directory where you have the m4a files
# Dump m4a to wav to mp3
for i in *.m4a
base=`basename "$i" .m4a`
faad -o - "$i" | lame -h -b 192 - "$base.mp3"
Originally posted by microsoft/linux what does that do? I don't see anything about m4p files in the script posted by perfect_circle. Perhaps it's my ignorance...why would removing DRM be illeagal? I'm not familiar w/ the law.
Perhaps I should have stated it clearer. It's about this part:
So, now I have to select all the mp3 files and move them to a different folder.. Now I have around 2000 of them, so guess how I'm gonna do that.... gonna write a script