By zhang chao
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WMA is the easiest way to get your WMA files to play in iTunes and your iPhone or iPod. Drag in your FLAC files and they get imported into iTunes. Simple.
You can select the output tunes audio formats (MP3, ACC, ALAC). The music metadata also can be saved in the converter progress with your personal settings, so you can see all the original music's metadata( album's artworks, aritist, album, lyric, etc) on your iPhone or iTunes.
If you want to add other format music, such as WMA, Ogg Vorbis, Ogg Speex, AC-3, you can download the other product named MusicTunes.
1. Output iTunes Formats supported:
ALAC(Apple lossless), MP3, AAC.
2. Auto iTunes syncing compatible
3. Support music's metadata (album's artworks, artist, album, lyric, etc) copied
you can choose whether copy music's tag information by the check the option in preference.
MusicTunes is multi-threaded and can batch convert multiple files at once.
5. Easy and Sample user interface
dragging musics onto MT, Let MT finish all the task, the most sample way to convert your music onto iTunes.
What's New in Version 2.0.0
IMPORTANT FIX, PLEASE UPATE!!!
[FIXED] failed to play after synced to iTunes if you set iTunes's perference to no copy file when add track to playlist.
[FIXED] other minor bugs fixed.
[IMPROVED] users can check the ouput files in Music folder.
I have to admit, I was skeptical seeing very few reviews. I thought maybe this was the developer getting his/her friends to do a review to get some good ratings and a good standing, BUT that’s not the case at all.
I just got it and I love it. I am a Photographer/Videographer with an older Olympus Voice Recorder that I hook my Rode stereo videomic pro to and it records ONLY in WMA. After trying the VLC method of conversion I decided to break down and buy a program. Five bucks? That’s nothing. I mean seriously if you were to go to Gamestop back in the day and see the $5 section and saw a game you might possible ever maybe play, you’d get it.
This app is drag and drop easy, no configuration whatsoever. It auto imports directly into your Music folder outside of the iTunes one so there’s no need to worry where it’s going or anything. Add this to your collection because you might possibly ever maybe need it if you you do any sort of audio recording.
I downloaded a full album before realizing that it was in WMA format and this was the first application I tried. It got the job done, not to mention the interface is great and intuitive. I love being able to just drag a folder of music onto the window and have it not only convert all of the songs simultaneously but also import them into iTunes effectively!
Great application, would recommend to anyone looking for a simple conversion process with iTunes.
I drag and dropped my whole music folder with about 6000 songs and its sorted out the 3000 or so that were .wma and started coverting them, then added them to my iTunes. It works exactly as advertised. It seems to be converting a song in 10 seconds and 5 songs at a time. Thats pretty good in my book. Great value for such a good app.
- Category: Music
- Updated: May 16, 2013
- Version: 2.0.0
- Size: 9.6 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: zhang chao
- Copyright © 2012-2013 hummersoftware. All rights reserved.
Compatibility: OS X 10.6.6 or later, 64-bit processor