[access-uk] Re: goldwave help please

Do you have a decent MP3 encoder on your computer? You need this in order to save files to the MP3 format. Whatever encoder you use, it may affect the MP3 quality. Plus, as WMA and MP3 files use different bitrates, this can also affect the quality of MP3 files. My advice? Convert the WMA files to WAV and then convert the WAV version to MP3.

Karen Burgess wrote:

Hi all

i am trying to convert some files from WMA to MP3 using goldwave. I have opened the file and gone to save as and saved them in the other format but when i go to listen to it it is very distorted and sounds like its running under water. Is there anything else i should be doing to convert these files successfully???

thanks in advance.

karen


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