Developer: Tomoyuki Okawa
Current Version: 1.0.5
Last Updated: 2 years ago
Download Size: 10.5 MB - Download
There are so many audio devices that only supports Windows Media Audio (WMA). If you have an IC recorder like my Olympus DS-50, chances are that it'll record audio only in WMA. As far as those audio files remain in this format, it won't be easy to edit them. So it'll be better for you to convert them into a more Mac-friendly format like AIF.
QuickWMA is a simple and solution for batch-converting one or more Window Media Audio files into QuickTime-readable audio files at a time. For now, QuickWMA supports such export formats as AIF, MOV, MP3 and WAV.
Please note that QuickWMA may not work with media clips that are protected by DRM.
System requirements: Mac OS X 10.6.6 ~ 10.6.8, 10.7.x, 10.8.x
- Change: The bit rate edit field box will be displayed for AIF and WAV when the user creates a new export preset.
- Fix: The second validation light will remain red with AIF and WAV while the user doesn't set an audio sample rate.
- Fix: When the user chose AIF or WAV as an export format, the application set the drop box value for audio sample rate back to 'Choose a sample rate.'
- In order to enhance application's stability, user settings are now stored in an encrypted database. Users have to work on Preferences settings once again from a scratch. We apologize to existing users for the change.
- A few other minor changes and improvements are done.
Most Helpful Reviews
Doesn't work - There goes $12.99. Even when I finally was able to figure out how it is supposed to work, it didn't. Ugh.
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Does not work!!!!!!!!!!!! - Bought it, installed… didn't work. Waste of money and time.
WORST!! DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY!! - WHAT A PIECE OF CRAP! TOTAL ROBBERY!