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Convert RAM to WMA Online for Free
Click Add Your Media and upload your RAM file.
Make sure that the output format is set to WMA.
Step 1. Download and install the Movavi converter
How to use a file converter? First, download the version of the software for Microsoft Windows or Macintosh, launch it, and proceed following the on-screen instructions. When the app is installed to your computer, it will run automatically.
Step 2. Add your RAM files
Locate the RAM files you want to convert and drag-and-drop them into the program’s window. The application can convert big batches of files – there’s no limit to how many files you can transfer at once.
Step 3. Select WMA as the output format
In the Formats menu, select the file type you want to turn your media into and choose the target format for the files. Also, you can change the conversion settings: choose a different bitrate, resolution (including HD, Ultra HD, and even 4K), codec, etc. Pay attention to the SuperSpeed label: it indicates that the conversion will be performed with a very high speed and without losing quality.
Step 4. Convert RAM to WMA
To specify the output folder, click the Save to button. Hit the Convert button to launch the process. When the converting is done, the new media files will be saved to the chosen folder.
Now you know how to change the file format using the Movavi converter. WIth this tool, you can also reduce the file size, cut out clips from videos, crop pictures, and create animations from your favorite movies. Get the free trial version and test it out!
What is RAM?
Real Audio Metadata
RAM is a text file used by Real Player that links to a corresponding .rm file. The actual audio or video content is stored in the .rm file.
There are two types of protocols for accessing the data in the .rm file – pnm and rtsp. The RM container can store audio and video in different formats. Supported video formats are: ClearVideo (from helix spec), H.263, H.263+, H.264. Supported audio formats include: RealAudio 1.0 and 2.0, AC3, Sipro, RealAudio Lossless Format, LC-AAC, HE-AAC, etc.
What is WMA?
Windows Media Audio
Windows Media Audio, often referred to as WMA, is an older audio format created by Microsoft in 1999. The WMA file type provides better sound quality at lower bitrates than MP3, which results in smaller files. WMA audio tracks can be something of a headache to deal with because most media players and mobile devices no longer support playback. If you want to play WMAs on a non-Windows computer, it would be a good idea to change the file to a more common format. If you’d like to know how to open WMA files and more about the common specifications, check the table below.
Each WMA file has one audio track in one of four sub-formats: WMA, WMA Voice, WMA Lossless, or WMA Pro. WMA files are usually contained in the Advanced Systems Format, which is used for storing digital audio and video data. WMA is capable of sampling rates up to 48 kHz with a maximum number of stereo audio channels. In version 9.1 of the WMA format, the encoding latency is significantly reduced due to the use of a reduced latency method.
Windows Media Player, Windows Movie Maker, VLC, and others