WMA audio files use Microsoft’s proprietary audio file format. These files are generally produced by some of the Microsoft software such as the Sound Recorder utility that comes with Windows. They can be played by all the popular media player software such as VLC Media Player but if you try to play them in your smartphone (without installing special apps) or a simple MP3 player, then you may not be able to do so.
This is why many people do not like the WMA audio files and instead want to save their audio collection in much more popular MP3 format. Unlike WMA files, MP3 files can be played virtually on all the devices including desktop computers, notebooks, smartphones, iPad, and other mobile devices. There are more media players that support MP3 files than the ones that support WMA files.
If you also want to convert your WMA files into MP3 files then you can use Pazera software’s Free WMA to MP3 Converter. It has a single window interface where you can select the files, choose conversion options and view the process as it converts the file format.
In the output section of the settings, you can choose a folder and the audio conversion settings. You can set the output format to be either MP3 or WAV files. You can also choose format specific settings like CBR, VBR, volume level and more.
Both the conversion quality and speed of Free WMA to MP3 Converter is very good since it utilizes the popular and impressive open-source FFmpeg project. Another open-source project it makes use of is MediaInfo to find the details about the WMA audio files as you add them to the list.
Free WMA to MP3 Converter is a free, portable and decent audio conversion tool. It is good for WMA to MP3 audio file conversion and provides all the expected conversion options. It works smoothly and did not require any third-party components to be installed.
You can download Free WMA to MP3 Converter from http://www.pazera-software.com/products/wma-to-mp3/.