How to convert WMA to WAV\n[URL]http://www.softe.net/eufony_help/convert-wma-wav.php[/URL]\n\nWMA contains audio compressed with one of the Windows Media Audio\ncodecs.\n\nEufony supports WMA files with sampling rates as below:\n8000hz, 11025hz, 16000hz, 22025hz, 32000hz, 44100hz, 48000hz\n\nWAV (or WAVE), short for Waveform audio format, is a Microsoft and IBM\naudio file format standard for storing an audio bitstream on PCs.\nThough a WAV file can hold compressed audio (alaw, ulaw, ima adpcm,\ncreative adpcm, microsoft adpcm), the most common WAV format contains\nuncompressed audio in the linear pulse code modulation (LPCM) format.\nThe standard audio file format for CDs, for example, is LPCM-encoded,\ncontaining two channels of 44,100 samples per second, 16 bits per\nsample.\n\nFollow the steps below to convert WMA files to WAV. Please be aware\nEufony cannot convert DRM protected WMA files.\n\nConverting WMA to WAV using Eufony WMA WAV Converter\n[URL]http://www.softe.net/audio_converter.php[/URL]\n\nAfter launch Eufony, In the folders pane, click on the folder contains\nWMA files you want to convert to WAV. WMA files should be highlighted\nin violet, if not, they could be probably be DRM protected ones.\nIn the file list pane, select one or more WMA files.\nRight click on the selected WMA files to bring up the context menu and\nselect Convert.\nIn the Audio Format Conversion window, select WAV from the Output-[QUOTE]\nFormat list.[/QUOTE]\nIf you want to change the output quality, select the Custom radio\nbutton. (optional)\nIf you want to change the destination folder for WAV, click on the\nBrowse icon button to change. (optional)\nClick Convert to start converting.