Why WMA MP3 is so hot discussed today?
“I have a bunch of WMA format audio files on my computer and really want to put them on my Apple iPod. But as we all know, WMA is not compatible with Apple iPod. So how do I rescue my songs? Is there a way I can convert these files from WMA to MP3 so that they can work with my new iPod?”
Many people would have met the same problem, and want to convert their WMA files to the universally accepted MP3 format. The problem is that most WMA music are DRM (Digital Rights Management) protected, which is used by digital copyright owners to restrict users’ ability to copy it. So it isn’t that easy for you to convert WMA to MP3. You need DRM WMA remove software to help you remove DRM from Windows Media WMA music to “real” own the music, so that you can put mp3 music on portable media players, such as iPod, iPhone, Creative Zen, MP3 player, PSP, Cell Phone, etc.
In this article, I’d like to show you how to remove DRM from WMA files and convert the WMA to MP3 format by using WMA to MP3 Converter. Let’s take a look at how it performs:
Tool: WMA to MP3 Converter – a powerful yet easy-to-use tool that can convert DRM WMA to MP3
Step 1: Download WMA to MP3 Converter (Free download it from here).
Install and Run WMA to MP3 Converter, click on “Load File” to add DRM WMA or M4A, M4B, WMV, M4P, M4V, AAC, ASF files.
Step 2: Choose output audio formats: MP3, M4A, WMA, AAC, OGG, WAV, etc.
Step 3: Press “Start” button to begin conversion process.
Step 4: Wait for few minutes. That’s it. You have just converted your WMA to MP3.
WMA vs. MP3
WMA is Microsoft’s own format for recording audio using Windows Media Player; Most WMA files are encoded to prevent illicit copying. It contains Digital Rights Management (DRM). DRM allows content owners to determine how music files can be used and prevents illegal file sharing. In order to play or burn a DRM encrypted music file, you must have the proper license, Windows Media Player and a PC. WMA files will not work on a Mac.
MP3, on the other hand, can be played on any computer, software program or portable device that supports MP3 files. There are no licensing restrictions for playing, burning or sharing. The sound quality for both WMA and MP3 format is identical.