Because OS X doesn't have the underlying Windows Media components that Windows has and iTunes on Windows uses to do this conversion.AnthonyKinyon said:Why can't iTunes convert WMA to MP3 as it can in the Windows version?
Flip4Mac alone will only allow you to play in QT. With QT Pro you can export to whatever format you want.Steve Jobless said:so with flip4mac, itunes will automaticallyconvert wma to aac? I want to convert not play
Flip4Mac allows QT to play the files. If you also have QT Pro you can re-export to MP3 or AAC which iTunes can then handle.Steve Jobless said:i guess i miss understood, i would like to convert my wma files to mp3 or aac if possible, at the least i would like to play the wma files in itunes