How to Convert Windows Media Audio (.WMA) to iTunes?
I have a Windows Media Audio that I would like to put on my iPod nano 4G. In iTunes, I opened File, add file to library, selected the file, and clicked open. But nothing happened and the file was not imported to my library. Is there another way to do this? Am I doing something wrong? Or is it just not possible?
Has this problem frustrated you too? If so, just follow the step by step guide below to learn how to remove DRM from protected WMA music files, convert Windows Media Audio (.WMA) files to iTunes format, transfer WMA files to iTunes library for playback on Apple iPod/iPhone without DRM restriction.
The only tool you need is Aimersoft DRM Media Converter, which acts as a DRM Removal, a Video Converter, an HD Video Converter and an Audio Converter.
1. Download Aimersoft DRM Media Converter, install and launch it.
2. Add protected WMA files
You can import DRM protected WMA files in three ways:
a. Load files by clicking the "Add..." button.
b. Directly drag and drop files to the left main window.
c. Right click on the left main window, click "Add files".
3. Select the output format
By clicking the "Convert audio to:" box, you can select the output format for the source WMA files. For example, if you want to play the DRM protected WMA music with your iPod Touch, you can choose "iPod" from the profile category list and choose MP3 as the output format.
Note: This DRM removal software also allows you to customize the video/audio parameters for the output files if you are not satisfied with the default settings or cannot find the most appropriate output format for your specific mobile player. Just click the "Settings..." button to make the settings.
4. Start to convert protected WMA files
Click the "Start" button to begin to convert DRM WMA files. Then, you can add Windows Media Audio (.WMA) files to iTunes library and play WMA files with Apple iPod and iPhone without any limitation.