Tutorial - How to Convert WAV to WMA ?
IntroductionFree Audio Converter enables you to convert uncompressed WAV files of huge size to WMA, which is widely played in many platforms as cell phones, portable audio player and others. With format presets, you are able to precisely specify output quality for different purposes.
Click "Add" and 3 ways can be applied to add audio files:
"Add Files" is for one or more audio files; "Add Folder" is for the folder containing audio files;
"Add Folder Tree" is for the folder along with its subfolders. Once the audio files are input, you can change their order by "Up" & "Down" or delete them from the list by
"Remove"/"Clear". If you want to extract audio from video files, you can input video files instead.
Step 1. Input Audio Files
Step 2. Choose Quality Presets & CodecIn the menu of "Convert to", select one conversion type from "Presets" and "Codec". If "Presets" has been chosen, you will see a whole list of quality presets in the dropdown menu of "Presets". Choose "WMA" as the output format. To adjust codec settings, click "Codec Options". To specify effects and filter settings, click "Filters". After that, click "Browse" to choose an output folder for the converted audio files or check "Same as source" to save them in the source folder.
Step 3. Start Audio ConversionNow, start audio conversion by clicking "Start". After conversion, you can click "Open" to open output folder to find the converted files.
Step 4. More Features Available
To trim audio in audio trimmer, click "Trim";
To rip audio from CD, go to "CD Ripper" tab;
If there are needs to make all your audio files a well tagged collection for easier playback, click "Tags" and you can edit audio tag including artist, album, performer, genre, date, etc.;
For more detailed settings of various features, click "Edit - General Settings":
General - check updates, register shell extension, choose temp folder and play reminder sound, check logs, etc.;
Encoding - set max parallel conversion processes allowed, enable trimming, keep logs, add encoder suffix, choose overwrite settings, etc.;
Artwork & Tags - extract artwork from audio or embed artwork to audio, resize artwork, copy tag, write tag, etc.;
ReplayGain - choose ReplayGain settings, prevent clipping, copy to lossless output from lossless source, etc.;
File Adding - use file length filter and format filter to filter out certain file types, use MediaInfo to read tags, etc.;
CD Ripper - enable jitter detection, enable paranoid mode, specify freedb server and user email and download album cover;
Interface - make the app always on top, show extra columns in file list and show text in toolbar buttons.