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When uploading music to mp3 players, whats the difference between mp3 & wma

Discussion in 'Audio' started by biteme86, Nov 14, 2004.

  1. biteme86

    biteme86 Guest

    please could you help me cos im pretty stuck! my email is biteme3386@hotmail.com. Cheers to all who answer me!
  2. diabolos

    diabolos Guest

    Mp3 (MPEG one layer three Audio) and Wma (Windows Media Audio) are two vary differnt audio formats created by seprate companies/organizations. This forums glossary should help you out more.

    Do you have any specific questions, like converting one to the another or what are good encoding practices?

  3. camstuf

    camstuf Guest

    edit and remove your email address and I'll tell ya.

    There is a major file size difference.
    (I may be wrong about WMA, you might need a Windows media player to play it)?
    The basic difference is (.WMA)? & .WAV will play in most car & portable CD players, where .MP3 will play on your pc and MP3 player & portable MP3/CD players.

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