Re: MP3 Audio Converter



Dennis Marks
07-09-2005, 09:52 PM
The Bonus Pack is not on all computers. It cost about $20 to download or
activate. Look for it at the Microsoft Site.
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/plus/dme/dmehome.asp

Another way to convert wma to mp3 or mp3 to wma even for protected files it
to burn it to an audio cd and then rip it to the format desired.

"25or624" <25or624@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:995EC3C9-0C68-4FAF-A52C-C244553C8892@microsoft.com...
> Hello
> Hope someone out there can help me out.
> In songs that I download, they are (of course) in the MP3 format.
> I would rather use them as Windows Media Audio (WMA) ... uses much less
> drive space and/or CD space.
> (My preference ... since I don't have a MP3 player)
> I have constantly gone around and around trying to set this up.
> I've tried all day to track these steps down.
> I have used it before, and is a good program,..but I have reformated my
> hard
> drive since then and it didn't get saved.
> To get a better description, this is what it says:
>
> To convert MP3 files to WMA
> Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Windows Media Bonus Pack
> for
> Windows XP .. and then click Plus! MP3 Audio Converter LE ....
> Plus! MP3 Audio Converter LE Opens...(even after attempts to get this, it
> NEVER shows up)..then it goes into how it works, etc.
>
> Is anyone familiar with this ( the Plus! programs) and how to get it
> running
> correctly??
>
> Thanks for any help ----
> 25or624


Re: MP3 Audio Converter