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Freemake audio file transfer


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compressormike

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I use the Feemake Audio converter to go from a wma file to a wav file to run on Audacity. This is an example, I have a file that is 9hrs 19mins long after it is converted. It says click here to show in the folder that it was sent to. I go the folder and check its size and it is 2hrs 33mins long. Where are why am I loseing most of the file?


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Coolpancakes190

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You can just convert it in Audacity. The reason it is becoming shorter is most likely Freemake.


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