Convert your file from Free Lossless Audio Codec File to Windows Media (Metafile) with this FLAC to WMA converter.
Enter the timestamps of where you want to trim your audio. The format is HH:MM:SS. HH = hour, MM = minutes, SS = seconds.
Example: 00:02:23 for 2 minutes and 23 seconds.
To convert in the opposite direction, click here to convert from WMA to FLAC:
Not convinced? Click on the following link to convert our demo file from FLAC to WMA:
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FLAC was created by members of Xiph.org and it is used for audio compression. The compression is lossless, meaning no quality is sacrificed in the process and no data is discarded. FLAC allows users to maintain files at the original quality of the me...
After development, the WMA style of audio compression was released commercially in 1999 by the Signal Processing Group at Microsoft. Windows Media Player supports the playback of WMA files but the ability to create files with this extension was unava...
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