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Thursday, October 25, 2018

How to Convert a WMA File to MP3

Windows Media Audio (WMA) files use a proprietary format developed by Microsoft and used by media players built into Windows, like the Windows Media Player. Many other, better, players don’t support WMA files, but they’re easy enough to convert to something different.

Because of the proprietary nature of the WMA format, there’s not much reason not to convert them into a more widely used format—like MP3. Even if you use Windows Media Player, it can still play MP3 files. And having your files in MP3 means that you’ve got a lot more options for playing them, including different apps and platforms.

Convert WMA Files to MP3 with VLC Player

VLC is a free and open source media player that opens almost any file format and has an option for converting your audio files. It’s one of our favorites here at How-to Geek because not only is it free, it’s cross-platform (Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, and iOS) and very capable.

After installing VLC, open it up, click the “Media” menu, and then click the “Convert/Save” command.

Click the “Add” button to start loading files you want to convert.

Find and select the file or files you want to open and then click the “Open” button.

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