ForumAdmin wrote on 1/5/2006, 6:47 AM
Sorry, no SMS product can currently edit aac files.

What app generated these files?
techman05 wrote on 1/6/2006, 6:08 AM
Apple's big music orginizer, storage base, iTunes. I know that you can rip in mp3 too, but the AAC files are much smaller.
bgc wrote on 1/6/2006, 12:19 PM
I can open and edit AAC files with all Sony apps, though I can't save as m4a.
Maybe it's because I have Quicktime Pro installed?
ForumAdmin wrote on 1/9/2006, 6:10 PM
QT Pro 7 allows you to open AAC files in Vegas, correct. QT pro does not allow export of AAC under Windows (within Vegas or using QT standalone- it isn't there as an encoding option).