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Tutorial - How to Convert WMA to MP3?

The only two things you'll need:


WMA is a well known format to store audio files on a computer. Nevertheless, there are several modern portable players and cellphones that still don't accept it. So it is a good idea to convert WMA to MP3, the universal audio format that can be played or used anywhere. All Free WMA to MP3 Converter allows swift WMA to MP3 conversion without confusing operations.

Step 1. Download and run WMA to MP3 Converter

Click here to download WMA to MP3 Converter and install it. Double-click the icon to launch the program.


Step 2. Add audio files

Click "Add File(s)..." to add the WMA files to the conversion list. Adding multiple files in one batch is allowed. After that, the file info will be displayed. You can remove the files by clicking the "Delete", while "Clear" will remove all. Use "Move Up" and "Move Down" buttons or just drag the listed files to queue them to meet your demands. You can also click "Play" button to play the selected file with the media player in your system.


Add audio files


Step 3. Specify output settings

Click "Select..." to choose the output directory and choose MP3 from the format buttons. Then, you can choose the quality presets from the down-drop menu below. All the presets are well configured and have short description of the usages. With all the settings done, click "Convert" to start conversion.


Specify output settings


Step 4. Start conversion

After you hit "Convert", some conversion information and a progress bar will be displayed within just few seconds. Select the post-process options to automatically play the sound or shut down the computer as long as the conversion is finished.


Start conversion


When the process is complete, there is a summary report about the conversion. Click "Open folder" to directly find your converted files. Now, you can enjoy your favorite music on your MP3 player!


Find the converted files

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