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Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by Goodfella, Feb 24, 2006.
i tried dragging the desktop icon right onto itunes, but it wouldn't pick it up.
what os are you using? i'm pretty sure you can only convert wma's on a pc (something about ms and licensing and all that).
osx 10. damn, that sucks
Normal WMA files can be converted using iTunes. I did so using 4.7 on Windows. I hope that support carried over to OS X was well. Protected WMA's can't be converted. You'll more than likely have to burn them to CD using a PC and encode them again or have to give them up.
a cheap way of doing it is using wiretap: http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/12272
it records any sound comming from your computer, so just play the wma file and record it, and will save as an mp3
cool thanks for the replies...this site is rocks! i've never had my questions answered so quickly
iTunes for Windows can convert WMAs for you, but the OS X version can't. Anyway, there's a little application called EasyWMA for the Mac that allows you to convert WMA files to various other formats. It's free for the demo, $10 to register. I've never used it, but it seems popular.