Basically I want a MP3 player that is of good quality and will last a few years. I love the functionality of my old Sansa Clips and would love something similar but better quality. I am willing to spend up to $300. I want multi-book bookmarking, podcast bookmarking, and minimum 10GB of memory, prefer a smallish size (but it's not a dealbreaker), also want a sleep function, I will also be using for music. Thank you all! [more inside]
Please suggest a small mp3 player that you know plays .asf and .wma files? [more inside]
I have thousands of WMA files I want converted to MP3. Is there a freeware program or a good inexpensive program that will batch convert the files while preserving the original bitrate and ID3 in the final MP3 file and also creating a directory structure such as artist\album? This is for Windows 2000 or Windows XP.
Leaving on a trip in 12 hours. Wife wants a mix of wma and mp3 converter so she can play it in the car. Looking for freeware. [more inside]
How do I convert a wma file to wav or mp3? [more inside]
I'd like to add an Mp3 file to my blogger blog. How do I do it? [more inside]
How do I take WMA audio and convert them for compatibility for iTunes? [more inside]
I'm looking for a free program to convert WMA to MP3 in OS X? The closest thing I came up with a google search is EasyWMA. It's cheap, but not free.
I downloaded the Jodix wma to mp3 converter and it keeps telling me that I need DirectX 8.1 or better. I have Directx 9.0 on my machine. What do I need to do to make this program work?
I want to buy an iPod Nano. This makes sense given that I already have 70+ gigs of MP3s all organized with iTunes. However, I also love Rhapsody which uses DRM protected WMA files that won't play on an iPod. [more inside]
Comparing MP3 to WMA, when ripping cds, what format and kbsp results in the highest audio quality when file size is not a consideration?
I just bought a new car stereo that plays MP3/WMA cds. My question: which format is better in the car?
Before I spend the $9.95 or whatever to purchase a MS approved plug-in for Media Player, are there any good AND free utilities available to convert music files from WMA to MP3?
MP3 to WMA in OS X, EI.EI.O. I'm looking for some utility to convert MP3s to WMA format under OS X. I have a cheap "MP3" player that will either take some proprietary format of MP3, that will never never ever work under OS X, or takes Windows Media WMA files, no matter what platform. It can run from iTunes, the Terminal, or some magic. Anyone have any ideas? [more inside]