How to Add iTunes Songs to Windows Media Player

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Music fans can purchase and download songs using iTunes or rip music from CDs into the iTunes Library. Depending on the format of these music files, however, they may not play in Windows Media Player. This problem can be fixed by using the iTunes software. Through iTunes, you can create mp3 versions of any song that is located in your iTunes music library. Those songs can then be added to the Windows Media Player library.

Things You'll Need

  • Windows Media Player
  • iTunes
  • Open iTunes.

  • Open the music album in your iTunes Library that has the songs you wish to add to Windows Media Player.

  • Highlight the audio file(s) you want to add to Windows Media Player.

  • Click "Advanced" at the top of iTunes. Several options will drop down. Select "Create MP3 Version." An mp3 version of that particular audio file will be created. This file will be saved to your iTunes folder.

  • Repeat steps 3-4 until you have finished creating mp3 versions of every iTunes song you want to add to Windows Media Player.

  • Open both your iTunes folder and Windows Media Player. The iTunes folder should overlap Windows Media Player just slightly so you can drag files from the folder to Windows Media Player.

  • Click "Library" at the top of Windows Media Player.

  • Search through your iTunes folder until you find the song(s) you want to add to Windows Media Player. Highlight each song that you converted to mp3 in step 4. Then, drag those songs over to the "Library" column on the left side of Windows Media Player. The iTunes songs will then be added to Windows Media Player.

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