How to Convert Wma to Mp3 with Itunes

Although most of the songs that can be downloaded from the Internet are in MP3 format, sometimes it happens to come across WMA files, a format developed by Microsoft and widely used on PCs. This is a type of file that can be reproduced without any kind of problem on the vast majority of computers. However, there are several situations in which it can be useful to convert WMA files to MP3 and if at this moment you find yourself here, reading these lines, it is clear that you have the aforementioned need and that you would like to understand how to succeed "in the enterprise ā€¯Using iTunes. If things are actually this way and if you need a little tip, know that this time too you can count on me. In fact, with today's guide I will go to show you everything that needs to be done to succeed transform WMA to MP3 with iTunes.

Before you can get scared and think of the worst, I want to point out right away that this is a fairly simple operation to carry out and that everyone, even those who, a little like you, are not exactly expert in new technologies can perform without problems these type of procedure.

Having said that, if you are therefore willing to understand how to transform WMA to MP3 with iTunes I suggest you take a few minutes of free time, sit comfortably in front of your computer and focus carefully on reading the following lines. I am more than sure that in the end you will be ready to say that converting WMA to MP3 with iTunes was actually a real breeze and that at the first good opportunity you will also be willing to explain to your friends in need of a similar tip how to do it. . But now ... call all chatter and let's proceed!

Depending on whether the one you have is a PC or a Poppy the procedure to be carried out to be able to transform WMA to MP3 with iTunes is different. In the first case, you just need to take advantage of the special functionality designed for Windows operating systems attached to the Apple multimedia player, in the second case I'm sorry to tell you but ... this is not a feature included "standard" in the OS X version of the program. so all you can do is use third party software to convert WMA files to MP3 and then import them into iTunes. I know, the solution is less practical than the one for Windows PC but I can assure you that it is easier to do than to say!

Convert WMA to MP3 with ITunes on PC

If you have a PC and you have installed the famous player from Apple and you are interested in understanding how to transform WMA into MP3 with iTunes, the first thing you need to do is to start the software. To do this, presses on the menu Start, type itunes in the search field that is shown to you and then click on the first result in the list. Alternatively, double-click the iTunes icon that may be present on the desktop.

Then wait for iTunes to be visible on the screen and then press the icon in the shape of a musical note which is located at the top left, click on the label Music always present at the top and then click on the rectangle located in the upper left part of the program window. Afterwards, press on Preference .... In the new window that is shown to you at this point, click on the button Import settings ... then select MP3 encoder from the drop-down menu located next to item Iimport using:. If necessary, define the audio quality level of important files using the drop-down menu next to the item Settings: then click OK per due turn consecutive.

Now, click on the item Fillet present at the top left of the iTunes window and then select the item Add files to library ... attached to the menu that is shown to you. If you can't see the entry Fillet in the iTunes window you need to enable the display of the menu bar. To do this, click on the rectangle located in the inhaled part on the left of the program window and select the item Show menu bar from the menu that is shown to you. Then select the WMA format file stored on your computer that you intend to convert to MP3 with iTunes and then click on apri and then presses the button Converted. Repeat this process for each individual song you intend to convert WMA to MP3 with iTunes.

As an alternative to the procedure I have just indicated, you can add songs in WMA format to convert to MP3 in iTunes by simply pressing the icon in the shape of a musical note located in the upper left part of the player window, by clicking on the item Music placed at the top and dragging the files you want to convert to MP3 directly into the program window.

Then wait a few moments for the song or songs to be added to the iTunes library and then check that your music collection has been correctly updated by looking at the section Music of the player.

Convert WMA to MP3 with ITunes on Mac

If, on the other hand, you use a Mac and you are interested in understanding how to transform WMA into MP3 with iTunes, keep in mind that, as I mentioned in the previous lines, it is not an operation that can only be carried out using the multimedia player of the bitten apple. In fact, the OS X version of iTunes does not include a special function that allows you to convert WMA to MP3. To do this, you will therefore have to resort to the use of special third-party conversion software and then, if necessary, you can import the songs transformed from one format to another in the iTunes library.

To turn WMA to MP3 on OS X I suggest you take advantage of MediaHuman Audio Converter. It is a no-cost application that is able to "chew" all the main audio file formats: WMA, MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, OGG, AIFF and Apple Lossless and which therefore allows you to convert files into WMA to MP3 format without any kind of problem. You can download the application from its official website. To do this click here, then press on the item Download attached to the displayed Web page and wait for the program to be downloaded to your Mac.

Then click on the image file MHAudioConverter.dmg which was saved on OS X then drag the application icon into the folder Applications. Then access the Launchpad, locate the application icon, click on it, click on apri and then wait for the program window to be visible on the desktop.

Now drag the files in WMA format into the main application screen and then expand the drop-down menu Format located at the top right. In the window that opens, select the item MP3 from the first menu, set the desired quality for the output file (ex. stereo, 44100Hz, 320kbps) in the second menu and click on the button Close to save the settings.

Finally, start the file conversion process by clicking on the button with the two arrows located at the top right. By default all the songs generated by the application will be saved in the folder /Musica/Converted by MediaHuman/ in OS X.

Now that you have transformed WMA to MP3 you can import the songs in question into the iTunes library. To do this, start the Apple multimedia player by accessing the Launchpad and by clicking on its icon, then wait for the window of the latter to be visible on the screen, click on the icon in the shape of a musical note located at the top left and then select the label Music present at the top.

Then press on the voice iTunes attached to the menu bar at the top left then click on Preference ... and then on the button Import settings ... present in corrispondenza della voce When inserting a CD: attached to the displayed window. Then click on the menu located next to the item Import using: and select MP3 encoder. Eventually you can also select the final audio quality. To do this, indicate the desired option from the menu located next to the item Settings:. After the changes press the button OK twice consecutively in order to confirm and apply the changes.

Now, press the menu Fillet and choose the item Add to library ..., select the previously converted song in MP3 format that you are interested in putting on iTunes and then press the button apri located in the lower right part of the new window that opened. Then wait a few moments for the procedure by which to add new songs to iTunes is started and completed. Repeat the procedure I just indicated for each single file in MP3 format you intend to add to the iTunes library.

As an alternative to the procedure I have just indicated, you should know that you can add the WMA songs transformed into MP3 to the iTunes library also by pressing the icon in the shape of a musical note located in the upper left part of the player window, by clicking on the item Music placed at the top and dragging directly into the program window every single audio file that you intend to import.

Next, check that the MP3 files of your interest have been correctly added to the player. To do this, just take a look at the section Music of the program which you can access by clicking on the icon in the shape of a musical note connected in the upper left part of the program window.