Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by adf, Jul 17, 2003.
The New AT5047 Premier Studio Microphone
Anyone know the best way to convert wav files to wma files on a Mac?
Any help welcome
Don't think you can get there on a Mac, unless Cleaner Pro or Debabilizer can do it.
Besides PC's are cheap.
Thanks for the advice
I've forked out a lot of money for my Mac - there's no money left for a PC. I better start saving now if I'm going to convert wav files to wma files.
The other alternative is Virtual PC.
On Versiontracker.com there are several shareware apps that will convert WMA into other formats.
But as far as I know there is no WMA encoder for the Mac.
You might can get LE versions of Cleaner and maybe Peak. I believe both will do the job. Also, you might try TuCows and see if there are any freeware things that would do a conversion. You can also do a search on Google for converters. I did that once and there are some out there. Don't know what all file types they convert.
Found a link for Cleaner Pro and it does support Windows Media.
Not cheap though. :w:
Thanks to everyone for the advice - looks like it's going to be a lot harder than I imagined.
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