Want to create a macro to convert Flac to WMA.
In the “Manage Macros” window and then browsing through the “Insert/Select Command” window, I cannot find “Export as WMA” in the list.
Am able to export Flac file as a WMA per individual track.
Successfully created a Flac to MP3 macro, and works ok.
Edition - Windows 10 Home
Version - 20H2
OS build - 19042.964
Edition Windows 10 Home
Installed on 15/08/2020
OS build 19042.964
Experience Windows Feature Experience Pack 120.2212.2020.0
Audacity does not directly support WMA, but uses a third party application (FFmpeg) for WMA support.
Exporting using FFmpeg is not currently supported by macros.
Want to convert my entire music library (700 odd tracks).
Never mind i’ll have to put up with MP3.
Maybe there are better options. Why did you want to use WMA?
I think WMA has the edge. I know the people in white coats with their graphs will say there is no difference. I use the old fashioned method of using my old ears and doing A-B comparison.
So why not use OGG or FLAC?