How Do I Convert WMA to MP3 Mac?
Windows users who have switched to Mac often need to convert WMA to MP3 Mac (as it cannot be used in an iPod or played on iTunes on the Mac easily). Well for some reason Apple doesn't allow Mac iTunes to convert WMA to MP3 Mac so I was a bit frustrated.
Thankfully I came across a great app that makes converting WMA to MP3 in Mac OS X a snap, it's a program called Video Converter for Mac and works like a charm. It's worth mentioning that it's not just WMA's that can be converted to MP3, Video Converter for Mac converts these filetypes as well: AVI, WMV, MPG, MPEG1, MPEG2, FLV,TS, MTS, M2TS, MOD, TOD, TP, AAC, AC3, M4A, etc.
If you want to convert WMA to MP3 Mac, try this WMA to MP3 converter for Mac first. It's drag and drop simple and no nonsense, you can download it FREE directly here:
Converting WMA to MP3 in Mac
Follow the steps below to convert WMA to MP3 using an easy drag-drop software called Video Converter for Mac.
Run this WMA to MP3 converter for Mac first
Load WMA files to convert WMA to MP3 Mac
Drag the audio files you want to convert to the audio files list (Mac Video Converter now supports batch conversion, so you can import multiple files at a time), or you can add video files by another way: go to menu bar, select "File" menu, and then choose "Add Audio files" to select the files you want to add.
Select MP3 as the output format
After you load your audio files, in the main interface, choose the MP3 as the output format.
Start the WMA to MP3 conversion for Mac
After all necessary settings, you can insert the proper DVD type, then click "Start" and wait for the program to burn your fresh DVD.
Tips: If you want better music quality, you can select a higher audio bit rate and sample rate in the Settings panel.
That's all, with the help of WMA to MP3 converter for Mac, you can convert WMA to MP3 Mac easily and freely!
What is WMA?
Windows Media Audio, commonly called WMA, is a proprietary audio compression format by Microsoft. WMA consists of four codecs: WMA codec, and variants like WMA Pro, WMA Lossless (similar to FLAC).
Although WMA files can be played on Mac OS X using plugins for Quicktime, it is often a hassle, and even part-time OS X users should consider converting them to a better-supported format like MP3. For conversion, there are paid tools like Switch Pro and EasyWMA, but we figured, most users would be looking for free tools. Hence, the need for this tutorial.