is it possable to use any software to convert to MP3 once files are already saved in the protected WMA filethanks
Dont know! is the easiest answer. You could try Audiograbber click hereCheers Kev.
If you have a creative sound card installed you can youe Creative recorder to grab the sound and convert it to MP3.
from click hereshould do the trick ;)
click herecame across this
i forgot to say these are WMA that i have already copied to hard drive and not on a disc
I used mp3 Maker titanium 2004 by magix (click here)It worked great, however I didn't read the instructions properley and alot of my songs (the ones that are longer than 7 minutes) got cut short.Also, I wasn't able to find an option to replicate the folder structure of Artist-->AlbumI only paid £10 for it from pcworld about 5 months ago and I am well chuffed with the results, however it isn't the easiest program to figure out (a million differnt settings!)
Burn the tracks to a CD RW and then rip them back as mp3
Db poweramp will convert any sound file to mp3 format just open it select the file and hit convert select the bitrate and quality(usually CD quality) then convert.
I have not been able to convert 'protected' wma using dbpoweramp. How have you managed this - is there a new codec?
I have tonnes of codecs for Db poweramp and the one i use most is mp3 agogo this seems to work for me ok.click hereclick hereThere are more codecs i just cant show them all here and im not sure if mp3 agogo is the one i used for WMA files.
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