Posted 27 May 2007 - 09:40 AM
We just purchased a new car for my wife, and the stereo system has the ability to play MP3 or WMA discs. If I understand this technology correctly, these discs can hold as much as 10 times the music as a conventional CD. Therefore, we are quite interested in trying it. However, according to the new car's manual, any songs that have DRM on one of these types of discs will not play, and be skipped. We have quite a large collection of our favorites purchased from Wal-Mart music downloads, and I'm pretty sure that they all have a DRM.
I have done a small amount of research on the Internet, and I understand that these DRMs can be removed from songs, and that it is perfectly legal. However, I really don't know what my best method would be.
I would like to ask for advice on what the easiest, and most trouble-free method would be to remove these DRMs so that we can try to burn an MP3 or WMA disc. We have Sonic DigitalMedia Plus 7 (it came with the PC), and I believe that what we would want to do is create a "Jukebox CD". Thank you to all who take the time to reply.