WMA files

old Guy

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For any reason you want to convert WMA Files.to a playable format. I say this my Blues sound will not play them and my encore refused to acknowlege the files

So here is a simple FREE (you like that word) remedy: works a treat. Drag the whole folder over to the box

https://www.mediahuman.com/audio-converter/ on a mac look in finder for your music folder there be hiding there when done :)


 
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tuga

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I would definitely convert all files to one of the more common types: FLAC or AIFF, possibly WAV (but I think it has poor metadata and cover image support).
 

Bodgit

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I rip my CDs to WMA then use foobar2000 to convert to other formats. Bit of a waste of time now, but originally I wanted them playable via Windows Media Server.