Audio Software Converting Advanced WMA Workshop

Advanced WMA Workshop 2.7 for Windows

by LitexMedia, Inc.

Avg. Rating 4.0 (68 votes)

File Details

File Size 7.1 MB
License Shareware, $24.95
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 65,395
Publisher LitexMedia, Inc.
Homepage Advanced WMA Workshop

Publisher's Description

Advanced WMA Workshop is encoder/decoder with Windows Explorer-like interface, allowing you to encode WAV, MP3, OGG, FLAC, APE files to WMA format with variety of format settings(from 8000 to 48000Hz, up to 192kbps), convert WMA and MP3 files to WAV PCM format, and also convert WMA files to MP3 format using LAME encoder library, convert WMA to OGG Vorbis format.

Latest Reviews

twosheds

twosheds reviewed v2.1.3 Beta on Sep 11, 2005

Great - DIY DRM.

QQ

QQ reviewed v2.0 Beta on May 6, 2003

Catch up? Ogg already caught up. Ages ago. Just give it a try on low bitrates;) Then give it a try on high bitrates. And then stick to it;) And now vorbis encoder supports speech (speex) and lossless (FLAC) encodings, so, YEY, your dream come true :)

lovemayo

lovemayo reviewed v2.0 Beta on May 6, 2003

jrepin: Sure, encoding from one (lossy)format to another is bad for quality... But the program supports wav -> whatever too... and have you really tested wma? it's pretty good on lower bitrates (up to 128kb/s), so it's great for putting lots of music on those small mp3 players with 64->256mb memory(although I guess some day ogg will catch up on lower bitrates too). If you need CD quality rips, go for a no-loss encoding format like ape...

jrepin

jrepin reviewed v2.0 Beta on May 6, 2003

What people should learn is that transcoding from one lossy format to another is the worst thing you can do. And this is even worse if the target format is as bad as WMA. Just leave your MP3 and Ogg Vorbis files as they are.

bryank1

bryank1 reviewed v1.2 on Jun 24, 2001

Let's get it on with the ID3v2 support! Geez

quackhead2002

quackhead2002 reviewed v1.1 on Jun 12, 2001

Does anyone happen to know where i could get an mp3 encoder codec (or stand-alone program)?
For example: .wav to .mp3 etc.

bryank1

bryank1 reviewed v1.01 on May 23, 2001

I'll try it when it gets ID3 tag v2 support.

netsarc

netsarc reviewed v1.0 on May 20, 2001

Great proggy.. Now we just need a crack to get rid of that 14 day/5 title batch limit!!

RamisR

RamisR reviewed v0.95 Beta on Apr 23, 2001

Does it?... I have only seen WMA7... And that's a lot worse than WMA8... How did you get WMA8?

YinCh

YinCh reviewed v0.95 Beta on Apr 23, 2001

Cool, it uses the WMA8 format :) exactly what i was looking for

Avg. Rating 4.0 (68 votes)
Your Rating
twosheds

twosheds reviewed v2.1.3 Beta on Sep 11, 2005

Great - DIY DRM.

QQ

QQ reviewed v2.0 Beta on May 6, 2003

Catch up? Ogg already caught up. Ages ago. Just give it a try on low bitrates;) Then give it a try on high bitrates. And then stick to it;) And now vorbis encoder supports speech (speex) and lossless (FLAC) encodings, so, YEY, your dream come true :)

lovemayo

lovemayo reviewed v2.0 Beta on May 6, 2003

jrepin: Sure, encoding from one (lossy)format to another is bad for quality... But the program supports wav -> whatever too... and have you really tested wma? it's pretty good on lower bitrates (up to 128kb/s), so it's great for putting lots of music on those small mp3 players with 64->256mb memory(although I guess some day ogg will catch up on lower bitrates too). If you need CD quality rips, go for a no-loss encoding format like ape...

jrepin

jrepin reviewed v2.0 Beta on May 6, 2003

What people should learn is that transcoding from one lossy format to another is the worst thing you can do. And this is even worse if the target format is as bad as WMA. Just leave your MP3 and Ogg Vorbis files as they are.

bryank1

bryank1 reviewed v1.2 on Jun 24, 2001

Let's get it on with the ID3v2 support! Geez

quackhead2002

quackhead2002 reviewed v1.1 on Jun 12, 2001

Does anyone happen to know where i could get an mp3 encoder codec (or stand-alone program)?
For example: .wav to .mp3 etc.

bryank1

bryank1 reviewed v1.01 on May 23, 2001

I'll try it when it gets ID3 tag v2 support.

netsarc

netsarc reviewed v1.0 on May 20, 2001

Great proggy.. Now we just need a crack to get rid of that 14 day/5 title batch limit!!

RamisR

RamisR reviewed v0.95 Beta on Apr 23, 2001

Does it?... I have only seen WMA7... And that's a lot worse than WMA8... How did you get WMA8?

YinCh

YinCh reviewed v0.95 Beta on Apr 23, 2001

Cool, it uses the WMA8 format :) exactly what i was looking for

zilm

zilm reviewed v0.95 Beta on Apr 21, 2001

it's really kewl

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