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    Default [Audio] Convert WMA to MP3 or AAC ?

    I know, I know, I'm sure this has been a topic before... Recently got my macbook and now I'm looking to convert all my old WMA stuff to mp3 so it will work in iTunes. Is there a tried and tested (preferably free) application I can download that will convert my files properly. I can see myself downloading loads of programs, all of which only convert 90% of the song or something...


    Thanks for your help!



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    Thread renamed > please watch the thread's titles in this section to understand why.


    As for your question > EasyWMA (shareware) will do the job for you.

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    Sorry and thank you

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    I use QuickTime. Open file with it and select: File --> Export. (Choose Output format from Drop-down menu)
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    Quote Originally Posted by jashsayani View Post
    I use QuickTime.
    Yes the Pro Version that is not free as well and doesn't support batch processing feature.
    He said he had to convert all old stuff (might be a lot) and with that feature (EasyWMA does it) he'll save a lot of time.

    By the way, if anybody knows a free solution, tell us here, thanks.


 

 

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