I want to convert .wma to .mp3
January 1, 2003 12:18PM
edited January 2014
I can't find a program that converts to .mp3 from .wma I have a couple of Music libraries that are .wma I need to get them to work in iTunes.
Reply 1 of 9
January 1, 2003 4:50PM
windows media player. i use winblows player in vpc to convert them back to mp3.
Reply 2 of 9
January 1, 2003 11:40PM
If you use WMP in VPC can you export movies out if WMP into other formats?
Reply 3 of 9
January 2, 2003 12:03AM
saw it mentioned in another forum on the same topic.
i should mention that it's OSX, and free.
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Reply 4 of 9
January 2, 2003 3:12PM
I tryed that but the program couldn't convert .wmas, and VPC is too slow on this computer.
Reply 5 of 9
January 2, 2003 3:27PM
Nick, why don't you just convert them using your PC? I mean, you have one, why not use it?
(To confused people: Nick is a personal acquaintance of mine)
Reply 6 of 9
January 2, 2003 9:12PM
hey, 2 guys from MN! (ok, so i guess now it makes 3). How you liking this snowy winter of ours
NE way, back to topic, on a mac, there is only one way to decode WMA audio and its with this nifty <a href="
only problem is it only works in os 9/classic, but it should do the job
Reply 7 of 9
January 2, 2003 9:32PM
lol, actually i'm in St. Paul, so that's 4.
Reply 8 of 9
January 2, 2003 9:53PM
The easiest way to convert .wma to .mp3 would be to use a program called <a href="
; target="_blank">Audio Hijack</a>.
Audio Hijack "hijacks" an application's audio before it is sent to the speakers, and records and/or enchances it.
Use it to launch Windows Media Player for Mac OS X (free download from Microsoft's web site), hit the "start recording" button in Hijack and hit play in WMP.
Convert the resulting .aiff file to MP3, with any of the myriad freeware apps which do so.
Reply 9 of 9
January 5, 2003 5:50AM
that wouldn't be the best Idea because you had to play every file 1:1 and you don't have an eternity, have you ?