Rhapsody can transfer localMusic files saved on your computer's hard drive(s) are referred to as "local." music files to a variety of portable music players and storage devices, including iPod.
With the appropriate subscription and a compatible portable device, you can transfer Rhapsody tracks without purchasing them.
You can also use Rhapsody to manage the contents of your portable player.
Click the portable device name or icon to open the Portable Device Dashboard. The Dashboard will tell you what your device and your subscription are capable of, and report any problems.
Non-DRMDigital Rights Management. This is a secure technology that enables the copyright owner of a piece of intellectual property (such as a music, video, or text file) to specify what a user can do with it. tracks, like MP3MPEG Layer 3 Audio; a popular open-standard compression and file format for digital audio.s you purchase from Rhapsody or tracks you've imported from CD, will usually be transferred to a device in their current format. Transcoding to a different format and quality will only happen if the track is in a format or bitrate that the device does not support.
For more information about portable device options and preferences, see the Preferences: Devices topic.
To check out or find a device, go to: http://www.rhapsody.com/electronics/mp3players.
Most portable players that are not Rhapsody PremierA level of subscription that allows you to download tracks without purchasing them, and transfer tracks to a portable device wtihout purchasing them. compatible will still accept MP3MPEG Layer 3 Audio; a popular open-standard compression and file format for digital audio., WMAWindows Media audio file: Microsoft Windows proprietary audio format., and AACAdvanced Audio Coding MPEG Layer 4 Audio: an open-standard audio compression codec. files.
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