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Tutorial - How do I convert WMA to MP3?

Hi there friends! These days, many users keep asking me about how to convert WMA files to MP3 format.
Maybe you are one of the users who are still confused. In this tutorial, I will teach you step by step to convert from WMA to MP3.

The only two things you'll need:

Now, let's get started.

Step 1. Download and run WMA to MP3 Converter

Click here to download WMA to MP3 Converter and install it.

All Free Audio Converter is extremely easy to use. Batch conversion of various formats is supported. Download, install & launch All Free Audio Converter now to try the simplest conversion ever.

Double-click the icon to launch the program.

Step 2. Add audio

Input WMA files by adding button.

Tip: After you input an audio file, you can see a green icon with a musical note on it; but if you input a video file, you will see the thumbnails of it, which is the middle frame of the video.

Add Media Files

Step 3. Choose output settings

Choose output folder, output format (choose "Video" tag and click "3GP" button) and output quality preset.

Tip: There is specification of each preset and the advanced users could check the configuration and choose the one that best suits the needs; for a casual user, the default preset of each format works for most situations.

Output Settings

Step 4. Convert audio

Click "Convert" and wait until the conversion is complete.

Tip: Our program converts the files in the queue one after another and takes less time to get a result. The batch conversion here does not mean simultaneously converting all the input files as that takes up much system resource & actually lowers the whole conversion and leads to poor quality - imagine this: you have spent 30 minutes to convert several large files simultaneous and none of them is finished yet. Suddenly an error occurs and the program is not responding so that you have to end the process. Oops, you've waited half an hour for nothing!


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