Version: 3.0.5 || Release Date: 2010-05-16 || License: Commercial with demo ($10 USD) Developer: Patrice Bensoussan | App Owner: marcus

Allows you to convert wma, asf, and wmv/flv audio, real media, and ogg voribis, flac files to aiff, mp3, m4a, or wav so that you can play your favorite songs in iTunes or any other player on your Mac. EasyWMA can be helpful if you need to play wma files on your iPod.

EasyWMA has a very simple user interface, full drag-and-drop support, and can even do batch processing to convert your whole library of wma songs in one click. It is also super easy to install: just a simple application to drag-and-drop on your harddisk.

Main features

  • Input formats: wma, asf, flv, flac, wmv, wav, ogg vorbis, real media
  • Output formats: aiff, m4a, mp3, wav
  • Manual or automatic bit rate selection from source (32-320kbps)
  • Batch processing
  • Drag-and-drop of files and folders
  • ID3 tags support
  • iTunes integration

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6 Opinions

I use an Olympus WS-200s digital voice recorder and while I love the size, convenience and quality of it - I hate that it uses WMA. EasyWMA has made archiving 1000's of voice notes over the years into a trivial one-click task.

Other apps that have similar functionality keep throwing in other features I don't need (like video conversion), but EasyWMA does what it says on the tin.

Why is this the only solution
to what seems like such a common problem...?
Can one use iTunes on Windows
to convert WMA to AAC...?

Also does not do wma lossless.. not very usefull.

From the readme file :

"EasyWMA Demo
This version of EasyWMA is limited to mp3 encoding at 128 kbps with a maximum duration of 12 seconds. If you wish to buy the full version if this software, please visit www.easywma.com"

Now that's a useless demo..

When did this bedome a pay app?
Anyway, while transcoding may be bad, not listening to music is worse.

Ugh. Transcoding is bad.