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Free WMV to MP3 Converter v1.0

Ad-supported
Vista / Win7 / WinXP
Free WMV to MP3 Converter can convert audio from WMV files into MP3 files.

It will also support WMA input. If you have WMV video files - like music videos or recordings made on your phone - you can extract the audio to MP3 with this tool.

The tool does not give you much of a chance to influence the quality settings and so on of the output content, it simply seeks an input WMV and will produce an MP3 file form it.

NOTE: When testing this software, we noticed that this source uses a proprietary downloader. It will first offer to install multiple third party applications on your computer, all of which you can opt to Decline. Even though the Decline option does not appear to be a clickable option, it does work. When finished offering third party applications, it will download and launch the real installer for the software with no additional software on offer. When finished, your application will show up in the Start Menu or on the Desktop, if you chose the option. We have categorized this software as 'Ad-Supported' as a result.

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Free WMV to MP3 Converter v1.0

Keywords:
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License type Ad-supported1
Author's homepage Visit the author's site
Date added 14 Jan 2014
Downloads 46
File size 12.52 MB (< 2min @ 1Mbps)
Supported languages English
Operating systems Vista / Win7 / WinXP1

1License and operating system information is based on latest version of the software.

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