How to virtually burn RM music to MP3 with RealPlayer

TuneClone is a unique audio converter application. Compared with other audio converter programs, TuneClone converts music files via a virtual CD Drive. All you need to do is burn your playlist to TuneClone’s virtual CD drive by using your media player software, such as iTunes, Windows Media Player, RealPlayer, WinAMP, etc. The key step to use TuneClone is to select TuneClone’s virtual CD-RW drive as CD burner. Your music files will be automatically converted during the burning process.

Below are the detailed tutorial about how to burn RM music to TuneClone’s virtual CD drive with RealPlayer:

Step 1. Download TuneClone from http://www.tuneclone.com and install it.

TuneClone is fully compatible with Windows XP, Vista. A virtual CD Burner will be installed. This virtual CD-RW will be used to convert music files.

Step 2. Launch RealPlayer and Click Burn/Transfer button. Change the Current Burner/Device to Audio CD Burner.


 
Step 3. Click the Edit Options… button and you will see the dialogue window below:


 
Click the Advanced Options… button. In the following dialogue window, change the default CD burner to TuneClon Virtual_CD-RW.


 
Step 4. Start burning.

Back to the main screen, add music files to the list and click Burn Your CD button.

After the burning gets started, TuneClone will automatically convert the music file to MP3. You can open the manager screen to show all the converted music files.


 
The most important step is to choose the CD burner. Then the software can convert the music files automatically. It is exceedingly easy when you want to batch convert lots of files.

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