Robin,

I picked my player based on my portable.  After many other portables
(RCA Lyra, Samsung Napster), I got an iPod.  Which means iTunes
(although there are ways around it).

But I do rip all my music to VBR MP3's (just in case I get another new
toy that doesn't play AAC).  Looks like there's plenty of stuff out
there to convert Real Media to MP3:

http://www.google.com/search?q=real+media+to+mp3+converter

Mike E.

On 7/10/05, RobinPinoy <robin.saunders@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi all,
> 
> I have been having a dilemma of the last year on deciding on which
> multimedia player to standardise on either Real player or Windows
> Media player or iTunes.
> 
> I like the look and feel of iTunes, so wondered what the forums
> general feelings on using iTunes. Any other good alternative players?
> 
> If i decide on iTunes, i would need to convert my real player files
> (.rmj) so can import into iTunes. Do you know of any good shareware
> for this task.
> 
> Many thanks.
> 
> Robin
> 
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