How to Convert WMA Audio for Free
Edited by Pat Bitton
July 24, 2019
Windows Media Audio, often simply referred to as WMA, is an older audio format that usually provides better quality than other highly compressed music files. However, the WMA format is gradually being replaced by MP3, which is now the standard for digital music. A lot of multimedia devices, including iPods and other Apple devices as well as Mac computers, do not support WMA. So what do you do if you want to listen to some WMA music on your iPod that’s stored on your hard drive or CD? Just change the file format to MP3 using the Movavi converter. Along with a range of video formats, this powerful program enables you to convert from WMA to any other type of audio format: MP3, AAC, WAV, OGG, or lossless FLAC. Install it on your computer and try it yourself! Follow the step-by-step instructions below to start converting.
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Install the Converter on Your Computer
Once you've downloaded the installation file, open it and install the program following the on-screen instructions.
Open the Files for Conversion
Open the tracks you want to convert by clicking Add Media > Add Audio in the top left corner and locating the files on your computer. You can encode an unlimited number of files in one go as the Movavi software supports batch conversion.
Set the Output File Format
Click the Audio tab to open the list of ready-made output presets. Choose the format and the preset you want.
Choose the Destination Folder and Convert WMA for Free
Before you start converting WMA files, specify the destination folder if you want to place the encoded audio somewhere other than the default folder. Also, if you want to transfer your files directly to iTunes, click the Share button and check the iTunes option. When you’re done, click Convert to start the process.
That’s all you need to do. With Movavi WMA converter, it’s so easy to enjoy music in any format on your MP3 player, phone or other device without encountering that annoying “Format Not Supported” error.