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In article <mickeyp35-C0B962.08294922062003nnrp04.earthlink.net>, "G. Michael Paine" <mickeyp35earthlink.net> wrote: >A friend has about 6 hrs of lectures that he wants to send to me. He is >on a Windows machine. The lectures are in MP3 format. Since downloading >would take hrs of both our time I suggested he burn them on a CD. >It there any thing that should be done to make certain that the MP3 >files he burns I can listen to? No. MP3 files are a of standard published format. There're no differences between the way Windows and Macs use them....

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    Default Re: MP3 Windows to OSX

    In article <mickeyp35-C0B962.08294922062003nnrp04.earthlink.net>,
    "G. Michael Paine" <mickeyp35earthlink.net> wrote:
    >A friend has about 6 hrs of lectures that he wants to send to me. He is
    >on a Windows machine. The lectures are in MP3 format. Since downloading
    >would take hrs of both our time I suggested he burn them on a CD.
    >It there any thing that should be done to make certain that the MP3
    >files he burns I can listen to?
    No. MP3 files are a of standard published format. There're
    no differences between the way Windows and Macs use them.


    Simon Slavin Guest

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    Default Re: MP3 Windows to OSX

    In article <BB1E8F8D966821A01110.0.1.3>,
    [email]slavinshearsay.demon.co.uk[/email]localhost (Simon Slavin) wrote:
    > In article <mickeyp35-C0B962.08294922062003nnrp04.earthlink.net>,
    > "G. Michael Paine" <mickeyp35earthlink.net> wrote:
    >
    > >A friend has about 6 hrs of lectures that he wants to send to me. He is
    > >on a Windows machine. The lectures are in MP3 format. Since downloading
    > >would take hrs of both our time I suggested he burn them on a CD.
    > >It there any thing that should be done to make certain that the MP3
    > >files he burns I can listen to?
    >
    > No. MP3 files are a of standard published format. There're
    > no differences between the way Windows and Macs use them.
    >
    >
    Thanks,

    Michael
    G. Michael Paine Guest

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