My Format Factory
My Format Factory

Convert WMA to MPC Fast

wma to mpcFactory Audio Converter is the fastest-working and user-friendliest file conversion utility imaginable. It gets the better of a dozen of converters you must have used before. With the help of this WMA converter, you can render scores of WMA files in MPC in one go.

This audio converter is as easy-to-use as it is advanced. It has command line support, CD-ripper, built-in audio player and a handy wizard. It supports more than 30 formats, so you can convert any file to your most preferred format. Converting WMA to MPC is a drop in the ocean of the tool's opportunities.


Win 2000/XP/2003/Vista/7


This audio converter saves you a great deal of time and effort. It has an easy-to-follow user interface, which tells you what to do next. Use batch mode, and it will convert as many WMA files to MPC as you wish.

In order to convert WMA to MPC, launch the program and select the folder with WMA files and check the files that you need to convert to MPC. To convert files in batch, click Check All button. All the files will be check-marked automatically. Then select MPC. The wizard will help you select appropriate parameters, which include bit rate, sample rates, channels, destination folder, etc. You can adjust the settings in your own preferred way. However, this requires some knowledge. If you are not sure, use the default settings. The converter saves the settings, so you do not have to readjust them every time you use it. When you have chosen your settings, click Start. The program will finish the operation.

This converter integrates into Windows. You can convert WMA to MPC from the desktop. Command line support permits you to run it from within any other utility. By aid of the built-in CD-ripper, you can save your CD collection on any hard drive or portable player. With the help of the built-in audio player, you can listen to your tracks and estimate both input and output quality. Factory Audio Converter is available online. Buy it right now and enjoy life! You are not going to have to pay for tech support and upgrades. Try the free demo version, which is valid for 30 days.

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