Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by dirteemac, Oct 6, 2003.
I would think there's an app somewhere to do this (you check google?). But I am NOT a fan of WMA due to its DRM capabilities (which could put a very serious wrench in getting it converted to MP3 or doing anything remotely enjoyable with it).
You can try starting here. . . http://download.com.com/3120-20-0.html?qt=wma+converter (looks like there might be something that will work)
thank you for the replies
note: you will lose sound quality converting between them
dunno if this will work (i'm at work and can't test):
doesn't winamp have wma support, and also a diskwriter output module? you can play your wma files in winamp and it will output the sound to a .wav file. then you can use a wav->mp3 converter (more common than wma->mp3). of course you will lose sound quality, which has been said before.
3.0 has wma support now.
winamp 3+ does have wma support, however it does not support drm.. therefore it will not play the files.