So, is there a freeware program that can turn the WMA files (most of which were ripped from CDs we own) into MP3s? What I found on C-NET was a mixed bag at best.
Thanks in advance for your help!
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There are lots of methods to convert WMA to MP3 nowadays. I used to use a powerful WMA to MP3 Converter to do this task.
Here is the guide to help you use this converter to convert WMA to MP3.
It also applies to convert WMA to WAV, AAC, AC3, M4A, etc.
Hi, you can also try this way：http://www.videoconv...wav-to-mp3.html
But I have to say, MP3 is compressed format and the quality of files will be damaged. With this method above, you can recude the damage as much as possible
you can use some online tools.
this will help you to do it fast https://audio.online-convert.com/convert-to-mp3
hope it is helpful
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