How can I play WMA tracks on DS Lite?

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  1. alexg1989
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    I'm using moonshell the most recent version and only mp3 tracks work. It will freeze the app whenever I try to load a WMA song

    I'm using ds_lite with an acekard2i
     
  2. Bunie

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    Your WMA's must be converted poorly.

    I use WinAmp to convert all my tracks to M4A.
     
  3. Schizoanalysis

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    Have you tried playing them with iPlayer?
     
  4. alexg1989
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    never heard of iplayer... is that a music player app for ds? will check it out...

    Bunie... I don't convert them to WMA. These are songs I ripped from my discs onto my computer...
     
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    Hi,

    iPlayer is a multimedia card, like SupercardDSTWO....

    It is supposed to play them:


     
  6. Bunie

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    Songs on disk arent WMA format, your program (likely windows media player) is converting them to WMA. You should be able to switch it to MP3 in your rip settings.
     
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    nvm
     
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    They won't play because they have DRM.

    Go into Windows Media Player's options and either change the ripping format to MP3, or uncheck the "protection" option. This option, which is on by default, purposely makes it so the files will not play outside of your computer. You will need to disable that option and re-rip your CDs to get music without DRM on it.
     
  9. alexg1989
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    damn... oh well... thanks for the clarification guys...