[access-uk] Re: converting wma files

  • From: Ibrahim Gucukoglu <igucukoglu@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 30 Mar 2019 04:02:00 +0000



-----Original Message-----
From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> On Behalf Of Amro Bilal
Sent: 30 March 2019 00:11
To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [access-uk] Re: converting wma files
Hi Alison.
NCH Switch Sound Converter is a tool very popular amongst the blindness 
community to quickly convert audio files from one format to another.  iTunes 
does not natively support WMA (Windows Media Audio) format as it is a 
proprietary format developed by Microsoft, so if you want to import WMA audio 
files into iTunes, you need to convert them hence the use of such a tool as 
Switch.  It comes in a free and paid version, you can find the NCH software 
downloads page for audio tools here:
https://www.nch.com.au/software/audio.html
Hope this answers your question.


On 29/03/2019 09:08 am, CJ&AA MAY wrote:


I have some songs in wma format which iTunes will not play. Can I 
convert these to mp3?

Alison

** To leave the list, click on the immediately-following link:-
** [mailto:access-uk-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx?subject=unsubscribe]
** If this link doesn't work then send a message to:
** access-uk-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
** and in the Subject line type
** unsubscribe
** For other list commands such as vacation mode, click on the
** immediately-following link:-
** [mailto:access-uk-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx?subject=faq]
** or send a message, to
** access-uk-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with the Subject:- faq

** To leave the list, click on the immediately-following link:-
** [mailto:access-uk-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx?subject=unsubscribe]
** If this link doesn't work then send a message to:
** access-uk-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
** and in the Subject line type
** unsubscribe
** For other list commands such as vacation mode, click on the
** immediately-following link:-
** [mailto:access-uk-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx?subject=faq]
** or send a message, to
** access-uk-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with the Subject:- faq

Other related posts: