Concerned my iTunes folder structure is different to that reported on iLounge

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cjmnews

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It is not recommended to change MP3 to AAC as this is a lossy to lossy conversion and the result is a lower quality file.

If you were to convert WAV to AAC directly that would be the best conversion method to use (lossless to lossy).
 

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that's fine I'll just the rip cd preference I'll set to AAC. It would be nice if there was a setting to enable conversion when just dragging files into iTunes like wav to AAC to save having to use the file convert option each time.
 

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I thought the Conversion uses the setting from the CD rip preference. I am not sure though. Not at home to test at the moment.
 

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when I drag wav files in they stay as wav files and i have to use the file/convert option. That option however is probably governed by the cd import setting as I htink the only option to me is convert wav to mp3. I can select several songs in iTunes and convert all at once so I guess not a big deal just that then I have to delete the wav file. These days we all impatient aren't we?!
 
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