i tried it out and it didnt work for the file, i tried 3 different .wma's and none of them converted to mp3, downloaded the file after the supposed conversion and just got a quick bleep of sound...
Did not know of this until just now. Have good results from them?
if he has iTunes, that makes sense. But if he doesn't, then Super would be the way to go.
gotcha, might want to quote who you're responding to next time to prevent any misunderstandingi'm just confirming that iTunes will, in fact, convert from wma to mp3. maffy29 wasn't sure. click edit -> preferences, click import settings on the general tab, set import using to mp3 encoder, set your bit rate and click ok and ok. by default, iTunes will convert to aac, but this makes it use mp3.