EasyWMA
EasyWMA 3.3.5
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Convert .wma files to .mp3 audio files.   Demo ($12.99)
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EasyWMA allows you to convert asf, flv, wma, wmv audio real media and ogg vorbis 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.

Main features:
  • Input formats : wma, asf, flv, wmv, wav, ogg vorbis, real media
  • Output formats : aiff, m4a, mp3, wav
  • Extract audio from asf, flv and wmv files
  • Manual or automatic bit rate selection from source (32-320kbps)
  • Batch processing
  • Drag & drop of files and
What's New
Version 3.3.5:
  • Improved error reporting
  • Display error message when attempting to convert DRM protected files
  • Fixed typo in French resources
Requirements
Intel, Mac OS X 10.4 or later



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EasyWMA User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 3.x:
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aceofbassgreg reviewed on 09 Jan 2012
I recently bought a Macbook Pro and had uploaded/downloaded all of my music to my Dell before that. I noticed that only about two thirds of my collection made it from my USB Hard Drive to ITunes, and I started reading about WMA to MP3 conversion. I downloaded EasyWMA last night and in a short amount of time I had my entire collection in ITunes. I was able to browse the web while my files were being converted. I wish I didn't have to pay $13 to use music that I legally purchased, but I guess it's better than having to re-purchase the music again!
[Version 3.2.1]


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Reel45 reviewed on 14 Aug 2011
Excellent program that does all that I need except that the ffmpeg component uses over 99% CPU on a Core2Duo MacBook Pro (2007) with 4GB RAM when converting WMA to MP3.

I have contacted the developer in the hope that he can better influence the ffmpeg project team than I can to fix this flaw.
[Version 3.2.1]

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Rufty Tufty replied on 20 Oct 2011
This isn't a bug. Format conversion is a processor-intensive task, and any such conversion program is going to use all the processor it can get to finish the conversion as quickly as possible. Some programs will just use one processor, others will be smart enough to use more than one processor simultaneously. E.g. try converting a file in iTunes (under the Advanced menu) - it will use multiple processors, and your CPU % will max out.
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Nick Collingridge commented on 22 Feb 2011
Release notes for 3.2 say:

- Added support for shn input format
[Version 3.2]


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+196
Mikebenda commented on 22 Feb 2011
Not to be confused with EasyWMV.
[Version 3.2]


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Darkn reviewed on 23 Jan 2011
For $10 this is actually a pretty terrible program, have seen cheaper programs that are far better than this one is, or do pretty much the same thing.

I'd have to say to make sure that you look around at all your options before you settle on this.
[Version 3.1]

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+4

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Yoshita replied on 26 Apr 2011
I love the fact that you don't let us know what your preferred alternatives are.
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E_sapwater-%aze commented on 01 Oct 2010
Did find an email to write the author. Hope to hear something back.
[Version 3.0.6]


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E_sapwater-%aze commented on 01 Oct 2010
Having previously purchased EasyWMA there has never been any problem. But, recently upgraded from v3.0.4 to 3.0.6 where errors were received every time a WMA file was added to the que for conversion. Returned to 3.0.4 and this one continues to work flawlessly. The EasyWMA website does not provide much for support and the reason for the trouble with the ugprade is unknown. So, if anyone has any ideas...
[Version 3.0.6]


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+1

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Tdstout commented on 16 May 2010
I've used this for years and had no problem and am completely satisfied.
[Version 3.0.4]


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onamac reviewed on 20 Jan 2010
This is a great app. I have a current model Olympus voice recorder (Olympus finally is making all their recorders Mac-mountable), but it saves the recordings as WMA.

EasyWMA makes it so simple to convert them-in Preferences, you choose what folder you want them to be saved to, set it and forget it. From then on, every time you plug in the Olympus recorder, EasyWMA immediately converts the files directly to the folder you specified without you having to intervene. It is truly a 1-step process. Can't get easier than that.
[Version 3.0.3]


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Llachar reviewed on 19 Jan 2010
A total rip off. The full version software downloaded from their link after payment will not convert the wma files to mp3 but to very short (4kb) m4p files. They take your money and you get shafted. LOVELY. Since they are FRANCH good luck getting back a flipping dime.
[Version 3.0.3]

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onamac replied on 20 Jan 2010
Not in my experience. I've had this app for some time now and it works perfectly, and is very stable. You select your target output type, and it does it, period-no issues. Full length files, nothing truncated.
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+2

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Robotank replied on 02 Mar 2010
Did you try contacting the developer to resolve your issue? If not, you shouldn't post a one-star review. Bugs, incompatibilities, conflicts, etc. are common occurrences with software, so you should at least try to get help before you decide an app is worthless. Also, your racist remark is idiotic and totally uncalled for. Automatic frown.
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+3

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Elegraphy replied on 03 Mar 2010
Sounds like your WMA file is DRM protected, that's why you've got a m4p file, another DRM protected format. Even m4p files (mostly from iTunes store) needs a special app Requiem (only published through torrents) to decode the DRM protection, and Apple has try to kill it by frequent updates its iTunes and QuickTime. Therefore, I don't think EasyWMA could covert any DRM protected WMA files, unless you can find a decoder on Windows program.

Also, I am sure you know FRENCH is from FRANCE :)
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Lvdoc replied on 16 May 2010
I'm a little late getting into this discussion, but I would add that in the past I've had to contact the developer for something, and they got back to me promptly. Customer service is good.
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Patben had trouble on 01 Oct 2010
There was an issue with the initial 3.0.6 release. Make sure you download it again. The "About EasyWMA" box should read "EasyWMA 3.0.6 (0002)".
[Version 3.0.6]



+6

BillHicks rated on 11 Sep 2012

[Version 3.3.5]



+51

Stef_Vandenabele rated on 02 Sep 2012

[Version 3.3.5]



+55

MetroMrX rated on 22 Jun 2012

[Version 3.3.2]



+53

Spike-James rated on 15 Mar 2012

[Version 3.3]



+53

Spike-James rated on 15 Mar 2012

[Version 3.3]


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Type:Multimedia Design : MP3
License:Demo
Date:01 Sep 2012
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $12.99
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EasyWMA allows you to convert asf, flv, wma, wmv audio real media and ogg vorbis 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.

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


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