The beauty of using
4Musics WMA to MP3 Converter is that it works from the right
click menu on a file. You do not have to invoke a whole other program
to to convert WMA to MP3. Besides 4Musics WMA to MP3 Converter
includes WMA Bitrate Changer.
Simply right click on the MP3, select "Change
WMA to MP3"or
any other format! As easy as 1, 2, 3!
What is a WMA? The WMA (Windows Media Audio) format
is an audio format developed by Microsoft. WMA is designed to handle
all types of audio content. The files can be highly compressed and
can be delivered as a continuous flow of data (on-line radio). WMA
files can be of any size, and be compressed to match many different
bandwidths (connection speeds). (notes about
protected WMA files...).
4Musics WMA to MP3 Changer
Q. How can I change WMA
files to MP3 so that I can play them on my iPod?
A lot of Windows users have ripped many of their CDs using Windows
Media Player's default audio codec, WMA. With the popularity of the
iPod, many users have noted with dismay that they can't play WMA
files on their iPods. Luckily, iTunes provides a simple way to
convert your WMAs to MP3s so you can play them anywhere.
A. To change to Windows Media Audio (WMA)
files to the popular and ubiquitous MP3 format, simply drag the WMA
files into your iTunes library.
The easiest way to do this is to find the folder that holds your
music (by default, it's going to be something like C:\Documents and
Settings\User name\My Documents\My Music) and drag it into your
iTunes library. iTunes will automatically recognize all of the WMA
files and ask you if you want to convert them to MP3.
Go ahead and tell iTunes to convert your music, and it will
automatically convert and add them to your library. At this point,
you should easily be able to sync the music to your iPod as always.
In the future (to make things easier on yourself), be sure that you
always rip your CDs to MP3s.