Zune does not support .wav files. You need to convert them into .wma lossless files for Zune to be able to play them. Supposedly the reason for this is that .wma files are smaller, with no loss of sound quality.
yes it does but you have to enable the "wma playback"you can find that in system settings
WMA is the Microsoft version of compressed sound files. The Bill Gates equivalent of mp3.
yes. OT-800 can play mp4 files. but i haven't tried yet playing wma.
No. The only video format that iPods will be able to recognize and play are mp4 files
Yes but not WMV (i think...)
To play WMA audio files and WMV video files, get Flip Player or VLC. Free versions are available.To convert WMA audio files and WMV video files to other formats use VLC.
The Pioneer CD-P680 can play MP3 files, as well as WMA files.
The WMA format is in wide use. If you have a Zune you likely listen to WMA-encoded music. It's very handy to be able to play WMA files as well as MP3 files.
The iPod Touch does not support proprietary formats such as WMA. Such files will need to be converted to standard MP3s to use on an iPod.
no but if you try to put it on itunes it SHOULD automatically convert it
Sony boomboxes play MP3 files as well as WMA files but can also cost a fair bit more than other boomboxes.
Yea there is. Search Google for "AAC to WMA audio convertors"
The best way to convert wma to mp3 is by downloading software that will convert it for you.I suggest a website called www.koyotesoft.com/.Just download the software and it will convert it for you.
WMA is a Windows patented audio compression technolology. MP3 stands for MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3. MP3 is used by most devices which can play music. WMA can only be used by some devices and players,such as Windows Media Player. A WMA to MP3 converter can be used to convert WMA files to MP3, e.g. to play a song from Windows Media Player on a smartphone.
Zune cannot play FLAC files. Anyway, you can convert FLAC to WMA or to MP3/MP3 with 320kbps in order to play FLAC on Zune.
Yes it is possible to convert these files : http://www.imtoo.com/wma-mp3-converter.html Go to the the link above and download the software.
MP3 files are definitely compatible with iPods, as are MP4 files. WMA files are NOT compatible and need to be converted into MP4 files. I recommend Kigo Video Converter, just be sure to change the output to custom MP4.
does not support WMA.. all i know is that it supports MP3... you can download a software to convert Wma files into mp3
Yes! Mp4 Files can be converted into wma files many softwares provide this facility but the software i like the most for this purpose is Pavtube Video Converter Ultaimte. It can convert MP4 to WMA with excellent quality.
It produces .wma (for audio files) and .wmv (for video files).
do a search on your computer for *.wma .wma - windows media audio
Not all do play mp3 files, you have to look at the radio some play mp3 and other wma files, Toyota 2005 and up play them, some Ford 2006 and up gm 2007 and up
Yes, actually burning a wma files on DVD is similar to burning other videos on DVD. The operations are similar. The only problem is that if your DVD burner supports wma format. I use wondershare video to DVD burner to burn my dvds and it works well for me. It supports avi, wma, mpg, mpeg, rm, rmvb, flv and so on. While files from the DVD can be played on a computer they will not play on a standard DVD player.
The Alpine CDE102 will indeed play MP3's on DVD-R and DVD-RW's, as well as WMA and WAV files.