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  1. I'm sure this is probably discussed somewhere in here, but I had no luck finding it. My existing library is in an iTunes directory /Users/name/Music/iTunes/iTunes Media. These are all ripped as AIFF as I use them to playback through my stereo using a mac mini as a server. I would like to be able to convert these to a "compressed" format, but in a different directory so I can put them on my iPad and iPod Touch without using so much memory. I'm not as concerned with my iPad as it is the 64G model, but then again, I don't know if there are any advantages to having the non-compressed AIFF files on it. I am using iTunes 11. Your methodology/recommendations/suggestions would be appreciated.
  2. I just changed my router to an AE I am trying to get iPeng to work on my iPad2 and it is not seeing the Touch. The touch is visible on Airport Utility and I can manipulate the Touch manually to play Radio. System: Alienware Aurora Win7 Pro AE just installed; mixed network (not a separate 2.4 or 5.0 gHz; have not gotten that far yet) Squeezebox Touch; 50% wireless signal iPad2 w/ iOS 6 iPeng up to date LMS Nightly update (October 17 downloaded this morning). I have not checked my SqueezeCommander on my Android phone yet. Am I missing a setup option somewhere? Thanks, Chris
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