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rowlf
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quick leews question

Postby rowlf » Sat May 08, 2010 2:25 pm

You can take the recorded class and put in on your computer, right? I want to listen to it on my ipod, if that's possible...

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Re: quick leews question

Postby lovelaw27 » Sat May 08, 2010 3:52 pm

I remember copying some of the CD's onto my computer, but I think some of the CD's wouldn't copy onto my computer. I think it has something to do with copyright protection. I am not sure if there is a work around or not.

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Re: quick leews question

Postby lawlec48 » Sun May 09, 2010 10:17 pm

rowlf wrote:You can take the recorded class and put in on your computer, right? I want to listen to it on my ipod, if that's possible...


I just got LEEWS last week. I didn't have Itunes on my computer, so I just downloaded it, but the CDs can be copied onto Itunes and then transferred over to your Ipod. LEEWS even states that it is better to copy it on to Itunes or Jtunes (whatever that is). So you shouldn't have any issues putting it on your IPOD.

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Re: quick leews question

Postby traehekat » Sun May 09, 2010 10:23 pm

lawlec48 wrote:
rowlf wrote:You can take the recorded class and put in on your computer, right? I want to listen to it on my ipod, if that's possible...


I just got LEEWS last week. I didn't have Itunes on my computer, so I just downloaded it, but the CDs can be copied onto Itunes and then transferred over to your Ipod. LEEWS even states that it is better to copy it on to Itunes or Jtunes (whatever that is). So you shouldn't have any issues putting it on your IPOD.


So if I can find someone to chip in for the CDs, and just buy an extra book, that would be the way to go, right?

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Re: quick leews question

Postby mikeytwoshoes » Tue May 11, 2010 12:28 pm

traehekat wrote:
lawlec48 wrote:
rowlf wrote:You can take the recorded class and put in on your computer, right? I want to listen to it on my ipod, if that's possible...


I just got LEEWS last week. I didn't have Itunes on my computer, so I just downloaded it, but the CDs can be copied onto Itunes and then transferred over to your Ipod. LEEWS even states that it is better to copy it on to Itunes or Jtunes (whatever that is). So you shouldn't have any issues putting it on your IPOD.


So if I can find someone to chip in for the CDs, and just buy an extra book, that would be the way to go, right?

Don't forget to disclose your copyright infringement to your law school.

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Re: quick leews question

Postby traehekat » Tue May 11, 2010 1:49 pm

mikeytwoshoes wrote:
traehekat wrote:
lawlec48 wrote:
rowlf wrote:You can take the recorded class and put in on your computer, right? I want to listen to it on my ipod, if that's possible...


I just got LEEWS last week. I didn't have Itunes on my computer, so I just downloaded it, but the CDs can be copied onto Itunes and then transferred over to your Ipod. LEEWS even states that it is better to copy it on to Itunes or Jtunes (whatever that is). So you shouldn't have any issues putting it on your IPOD.


So if I can find someone to chip in for the CDs, and just buy an extra book, that would be the way to go, right?

Don't forget to disclose your copyright infringement to your law school.


Hey, a friend and I could just be in the same room listening to the CDs - no copyright infringement there! In fact, I think that is why they allow you to purchase additional primers...

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Re: quick leews question

Postby NU_Jet55 » Tue May 11, 2010 1:52 pm

traehekat wrote:Hey, a friend and I could just be in the same room listening to the CDs - no copyright infringement there! In fact, I think that is why they allow you to purchase additional primers...


You're going to make a great lawyer.

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Re: quick leews question

Postby fixer » Mon Jun 21, 2010 2:54 pm

Has anyone had success getting all the LEEWS tracks into itunes? How do you get the protected WMA files into itunes? I have the original cds but I have not been able to figure it out. Is this possible?




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