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Creating WMA Files

 

1. WAV, OGG or MP3 to WMA

You can create WMA files by simply right clicking on a WAV, OGG or MP3 file. A menu will pop up with various options. Make sure to select the menu item that says "Convert to… " and then select "WMA" on the popup menu. (OGG is only available in Audio Converter Pro.)

 

2. WMA to WMA

If you are trying to convert a WMA to a new WMA, you can select the second menu item, which will pop up a submenu. Make sure to click on the "WMA" item on the submenu and the conversion will begin.

 

3. Play List to WMA

If you are trying to convert a play list of various formats to WMA, you need to select the second menu item, which will pop up a submenu. Make sure to select the "WMA" item on the submenu and the conversion will begin. The software will create WMA files as specified in the Options.

 

4. Convert a folder’s audio files to WMA

To convert a folder’s audio files in one right click operation, simply right click on a folder and select "Convert this folder’s audio files to" and then select WMA from the pop up menu. (If the folder has subfolders it will ask you if you want to convert the subfolder’s audio files as well.)

 

NOTE: If you do not see an option to convert to WMA, you may not have WMA installed properly. See the troubleshooting section to fix this.

 

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5. Rip a CD or a track to WMA
To rip an entire CD or a track to WMA, double click "My Computer", followed by right clicking on a CD and then clicking "Explore". Right click on one or more of the "Track.CDA" files and select "Convert To", followed by clicking "WMA" on the pop up menu. ** Note that the software will automatically look up the track names in freedb.org, and, therefore the converted file may not start with "track", etc.