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I have a ton of MP3 audio files and want to convert them to WMA so I can put more of them on my Sony U and Creative Muvo. I’m looking for a good free (of course) batch converter. Any suggestions? Get all the news you […]

I have a ton of MP3 audio files and want to convert them to WMA so I can put more of them on my Sony U and Creative Muvo. I’m looking for a good free (of course) batch converter. Any suggestions?

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  2. I like dbPoweramp. Converts b/w all sorts of formats after downloading the appropriate codec. Releases before 10.1 have full free mp3 included… but you may have to dig around on google a little.

    http://www.dbpoweramp.com/codec-central.htm

  3. Isn’t there a Power Toy that does that?

  4. I use MP3toWMA found at http://www.reseau.org/mp3towma/
    You can set your bit and sampling rates and point it at a folder and let it go. Kind of a CPU hog so don’t have anything else running. I usually set it to run before going to bed. Next morning I have a bunch of WMA’s for my U750P…..

    H.

  5. Josh Bancroft Monday, April 18, 2005

    I could swear that Windows Media Player can do this pretty easily, but I’ve never actually gone through with it. I’ll have a poke around, but the answer might be right under your nose… :-)

    Josh

  6. Another vote for dbpoweramp! :D

    -arebelspy

  7. The Windows Digital Media Experience Plus! Pack from MS is pretty good… it’s about £12 Sterling (something like $20US) It’ll allow you to convert MP3’s to WMA and even re-encode your WMA’s to different bitrates…. so you can make 64Kbps copies of your lossless rips :-)

    Worth every penny!!

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