Product FAQ - Absolute Audio Converter

Introduction

Q 01: How can I modify the quality of the output files?

Q 02: While attempting to convert a WMA file to WAV or MP3, the converter does not seem to be responding. Why?

Q 03: Does your audio converter support mpga audio format and how do I convert it to MP3?

Q 04: Where do I find my audio files?

Q 05: How can I get MP3 files transferred to PSP?


Q 01: How can I modify the quality of the output files?

A: After you specify the output format you want, just activate the dropdown list below, in which you can select a quality preset as needed.

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Q 02: While attempting to convert a WMA file to WAV or MP3, the converter does not seem to be responding. Why?

A: Unfortunately, a major inconvenience with WMA files at present is that many files are protected, or locked. (You may use MP3 Editor Pro or Deluxe to record protected WMA though instead of converting it) As far as we know, protected WMA files cannot be converted with any software. Some WMA files are intentionally protected, while others are automatically protected upon creation by the producing software.

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Q 03: Does your audio converter support mpga audio format and how do I convert it to MP3?

A: No. but you can do this trick, rename *.mpga to *.mp3, convert it to *.wav then convert *.wav back to *.mp3.

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Q 04: Where do I find my audio files?

A: Absolute Audio Converter will output the files to the specified output location. You can choose a folder as output folder with the button "select". When the task processing is done, you can click "Open folder" to directly open the output folder.

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Q 05: How can I get MP3 files transferred to PSP?

A: Copy MP3 files into the "MUSIC" folder, one of the sub-folders under "PSP" folder. For example, if the removable drive number for your PSP is "F", please copy them into "F:\PSP\MUSIC". If you can not find it, please create such a path yourself.

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