Have some protected WMA audio files and want to remove DRM from WMA and convert WMA to MP3 for playing on any MP3 players? Here is an option to realize that.
Aimersoft DRM Converter - a powerful DRM video/audio converter, can help you both remove DRM protection from WMA music files and convert WMA to MP3 for any portable MP3 players like HTC, Samsung, PSP, Zune, iPod, iPhone, etc. Now just download this DRM WMA audio to MP3 converter and convert WMA files to MP3 for any standard MP3 players with ease.
Download DRM WMA Converter:
After downloading, install and launch this protected WMA to MP3 converter. You can use it to convert DRM-ed WMA to MP3 and remove DRM with only three clicks.
Click Add to load the DRM WMA files to the program. Besides WMA, you can also import other files for conversion. Support video/audio formats include WMA, AAC, M4P, M4B, MP3, AAX, MKA, AVI, WMV, MP4, MOV, etc.
To convert protected WMA to MP3, click Audio files to select MP3 as the export format. You can then personalize the output parameters like bit rate, frame rate, etc. if necessary. As you see, you can also add video files and convert video to almost all regular formats and even to fit your mobile devices.
Once all the settings are fine, click the Start button to start converting the added WMA audio files to MP3. It will take some time to finish the conversion. Just wait with a little patience. After the conversion, click Find Target to get all the converted MP3 files.
Below is the video tutorial on how to convert protected WMA to MP3:
With the many music formats available today - and almost all of them providing the same quality - it becomes a little difficult to decide which file format is better than another. Between WMA and MP3, the decision seems to be such a big one to make, especially if you are very particular with the way your favorite song plays.
Technically speaking, WMA and MP3 are on equal footing as far as audio quality is concerned. The main issue really, is on what device or which application you’ll be using the files with. Many of the portable music players support MP3 files, as they are regarded as the standard format. You can’t say the same for WMA audio files because it is a format that is produced by Microsoft. Therefore, it needs a Windows-based device to run. Furthermore, it also supports Digital Rights Management or DRM. DRM is a feature that could prevent users from copying WMA files from one device to another.
If your device is capable of playing both WMA and MP3 files, the next concern to consider is space. For portable music players that are sized 1GB and below, file size is definitely a big issue. WMA tends to take up a smaller space than MP3 files given the same bitrate. So if you want to squeeze in the maximum number of audio files in your portable player, you might as well choose WMA.
However, when the full potential of the WMA is used, it tends to be much larger file than MP3. WMA can support more than 2 audio channels when playing sounds. It also provides for lossless recording and CD-quality sounds when the bitrate is improved. However, MP3 proves to have better fidelity when streaming. WMA files, on the other hand, require a bigger bandwidth to perform in the same manner.