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How to Convert FLAC to WMA?

How to Convert FLAC to WMA?

FLAC is a lossless format, still offering decent level of conversion. But as flawless as it might be, FLAC playback support in portable audio devices and dedicated audio systems is limited compared to WMA. So Free Easy FLAC to MP3 Converter provides you a solution to turn big FLAC files to smaller WMA. This free software is intended for home users who occasionally need to convert music files to the format supported by the device they want to play them on. The utility relies on the powerful conversion engine to process FLAC files and 20 other media file types to WMA files.

How to Use Free Easy FLAC to MP3 Converter to Convert FLAC to WMA?

Step 1Add Audio Files

Launch Free Easy FLAC to MP3 Converter. Click "Add..." () to add FLAC audio files to the conversion window. You are allowed to add a large quantity of audio files to be converted. With the conversion window, you can see the detailed information of the added files. If needed, use "Delete" or "Clear" button to remove the unwanted files and "Move Up/Move Down" button to change the order. There's a "Play" button to play the selected file with the media player in your system.

Add Audio Files

Step 2Preset Output Settings

Click "Select..." () to choose an output folder from your computer to backup the output files. Choose "WMA" () as an output format from WAV, MP3, WMA, OGG, AAC, M4A, FLAC and MP2. Then, adjust the format presets in the "Presets" () dropdown list if more precise output quality is required. Click "Convert" () to start conversion.

Preset Output Settings

Step 3Start Conversion

After you hit "Convert", some conversion information and a progress bar will be displayed within just few seconds. You can choose to play a sound or shut down the computer when conversion is finished.

Start Conversion

When the conversion is finished, you can have a view of the general report about the conversion. Click "Open folder" () to directly open the output folder in case that you don't know where your output file is saved.

Find the Converted Files