As we know, iTunes supported video and audio formats are limited to MP4, MOV, M4V, MP3, AAC, etc. How if you get some Windows Media Player videos and audios (WMV, WMA, etc.) and want to transfer them to your iTunes library so that you can play sync and play Windows Media on your iPad, iPhone and iPod?
In order to import Windows Media Player files to iTunes, you need to convert Windows Media Player videos to iTunes supported video/audio formats first. Here Video Converter for Mac is highly recommended to help you accomplish the task. With it, you can easily convert Windows Media WMV/WMA to iTunes MP4/MP3 with fast conversion speed and excellent output video/audio quality. In addition, it can also convert all other regular video/audio formats to iTunes, such as MKV, FLV, VOB, ASF, MPG, AVI, MKA, AIFF, WAV, etc. Now free download the video converter and play Windows Media on iTunes with ease. Note that if you are using Windows, please turn to Video Converter Ultimate for Windows.
How to import Windows Media Player files to iTunes
1 Load Windows Media Player audio/video files
Click the "Add Files" button to add Windows Media Player audio/video files to the Mac Video Converter. It well supports drag-drop and batch conversion, so you can import and convert several files at a time.
2 Select output format
Select the output video format from the pull-down list of Profile. You can directly select iPod, iPhone or iPad format for iTunes to get videos with optimized settings for a certain device. You can also change the Resolution, Encoder, Bit rate and Frame rate of the output videos and Sample Rate, Channels, Encoder and Bit Rate of the output audio.
3 Start to convert Windows Media Player audio/video files to iTunes format
After all the settings, just click Convert button to convert Windows Media WMV and WMA files to iTunes on Mac.
Formats supported by iTunes:
Audio files: AAC, MP3 with appropriate file extensions (.m4a, .mp3). For best results during playback, Apple recommends converting MP3 files greater than 32 megabytes (MB) to AAC format.
Video files: MPEG-4 with H.264 compression, with appropriate file extensions (.mp4, .m4v, .mov).