Dealing with WMA Files (Mac Only)
||Okay. So you have Olympus DS-50, or you have other devices that produce WMA files. So how do we deal with WMA files, anyway? Unfortunately, we Mac people are still surrounded by devices that primarily support Windows OS. As for music, there are many devices that export audio files only in WMA as opposed to MP3 or MP4. And as you probably know, Windows Media Audio or WMA is now the primarily audio format for Windows OS.
In this video tutorial, we shed light on 6 applications and intend to find the best workflow in dealing with WMA files. We have QuickTime, Peak Pro, EasyWMA, Apple’s Soundtrack Pro, Sound Studio and Amadeus II. This video tutorial is designed for Mac users who consider using handheld audio devices like Olympus DS 50 that generate WMA files. After watching this video tutorial, you will find that your Mac can handle WMA with no problem (as long as it can recognize such USB-device).
QuickTime version: 7.1.5
Peak Pro version: 5.2.1
EasyWMA version: 2.7
Soundtrack Pro: 1.0.3
Sound Studio version: 3.5
Amadeus II version: 3.8.7
VTC version: 1.0
Video length: 7 minutes 11 seconds
Video format: QuickTime
Video compression: H.264
Video resolution: 1080 x 675 pixels
Audio effects: Enabled
Audio commentary: Enabled
QuickTime, Soundtrack Pro are products of Apple, Inc.
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