Convert WMA to MP3?

  Rabi 14:36 23 Nov 2003
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I have a huge (& legal) collection of music on my laptop, recorded top my hard disk using Windows media Player. I recently installed MusicMatch JukeBox 7.5 Plus, and want to use this as my default player and recorder.
When I try to access my Windows Media recorded music through MusicMatch Jukebox, I can see the files, but I can't access them. They won't play. I am told I have to convert them first to Mp3. Okay, but I see no "convert" tool or option.
I am using Windows XP Pro, and Windows XP Home.
How can I convert all my WMA music to play through MusicMatch Jukebox?

  powerless 14:42 23 Nov 2003
  Rabi 00:42 04 Dec 2003

Anyone know whether MusicMatch 8.0 Plus will convert wma audio files to mp3, or audio CD (wav?).

  kimjhon 03:11 04 Dec 2003

I remember d/loading a codec to play WMA in Winamp.

Ask at the MMJukebox site.

  andrew-216448 05:21 04 Dec 2003

you could get a copy of Microsoft Plus! It has a WMA to Mp3 converter.

  andrew-216448 05:22 04 Dec 2003

The software is an add on program specifically for windows xp. happy burning.

  andrew-216448 05:42 04 Dec 2003

windows media player can easily convert wma to audio cd. just click on copy to cd option on the menu and it will automatically convert your wma to audio cd and burn it. hope thagt helps.

  Scoundrel 06:54 04 Dec 2003

I use tunespark which does several conversions and is also a very easy to use burner.

click here

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