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    Transferring sounds to Iphone


    Alright so I don't know where to post this topic but I thought it might be relevant here so I'll just do it here.

    I downloaded some of the sounds which I like ALOT and they are .WAV files and I want to transfer these to my Iphone from Itunes.

    Do I need to make them MP3 ?

    I want to use these on a Dj Sampler app.

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    If that's all they accept then use this website to convert it, it works ever time:

    http://audio.online-convert.com/

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    you can use http://www.mp3converter.net

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    Checkout this usefull information
    http://mustaq.pixnet.net/blog/post/74002239-Free%20Audio%20Converter%20for%20MacOS%20&%20Windows

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    you can try - https://www.ytomp3.cc/

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    I tired all these many have add and 100 formalities for those !!
    I believe to download all the original quality like format form fvdtube
    without any difficulty
    Any one gone through it ?

    Edward
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    You don't need to use a web application. iTunes already can import files and convert them to mp3 for you. In the Files → Add File to Library dialog, right click on the .wav file and choose Create mp3 version. You can select multiple .wav files before right clicking to do them all at once.

    Note 1: if you have a one-button mouse, hold down the Control key while clicking to simulate a right click.

    Note 2: if you do not see "Create mp3" in iTunes, then go to Preferences → General → Import Settings, click on the "Import Using" drop down, and select Mp3 Encoder.

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    Just follow these step-
    1.search your favorite video song on youtube or in these tools also
    2.copy that url
    3.paste that url into fvdtube search tool
    4.select quality (like 4k,720p, 480p, 360p and many more..)
    5.Done!

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    sarah.castella wrote:
    Just follow these step-
    1.search your favorite video song on youtube or in these tools also
    2.copy that url
    3.paste that url into fvdtube search tool
    4.select quality (like 4k,720p, 480p, 360p and many more..)
    5.Done!

    Wait a minute. Is fvdtube the same Flash Video Downloader for Youtube that slows down peoples' computers and starts popping up lots of advertisements? It's malware.

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    hackerb9 wrote:
    sarah.castella wrote:
    Just follow these step-
    1.search your favorite video song on youtube or in these tools also
    2.copy that url
    3.paste that url into fvdtube search tool
    4.select quality (like 4k,720p, 480p, 360p and many more..)
    5.Done!

    Wait a minute. Is fvdtube the same Flash Video Downloader for Youtube that slows down peoples' computers and starts popping up lots of advertisements? It's malware.

    no no
    I have used for two weeks. there is no malware or infected on this site fvdtube

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    sarah.castella wrote:
    no no
    I have used for two weeks. there is no malware or infected on this site fvdtube

    Thanks, that's good to know. The old Flash Video Downloader for Youtube (which definitely was malware) was a downloadable app, so maybe if you only use the web interface you'll be fine.

    However, I notice there are some pretty sketchy advertisements — who knew so many "sensual Russian babes" were seeking me? — so I wouldn't be surprised if at some point one of the ads includes malware that infects your browser. Make sure you've got a good adblocker. (AdblockPlus.org is trustworthy).

    By the way, I took a look at the Android app fvdtube also offers. It's extremely suspicious. The installation instructions say to ignore the warning about untrusted sources and turn off security. If it's a legit app, why isn't it on the Google Play store?

    Also, I sent the download URL to virustotal.com and it came back flagged as malware by Avira antivirus. That could be just a false positive, since many other antivirus programs didn't detect anything. But my big question is, even if this app is clean, does it automatically update itself? That's what happened to a friend of mine whose phone is now overrun with advertisements; the original app was fine, but the update is malware and she can't get it off of her phone.

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