Using any free audio converter program, you can convert WAV (short for Waveform Audio File Format) files to MP3 format. MP3 (short for MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3) is a common audio format that can be played by most media and MP3 players. MP3 is a "lossy" format: a minor loss in quality is to be expected when converting WAV into MP3.
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Things you need
- Audio conversion software
Download, install and run Switch Sound File Converter (see Resources).
Click the "Add Files" button. Select the WAV files that you want to convert. You can also drag and drop files into the centre window of the program.
Click the drop-down box next to "Output Format." Select "MP3." Click the "Convert" button to begin the conversion. Click the "Output Folder" to access the converted files.
Download, install and run WAV to MP3 Encoder (see Resources).
Click the "Add" button. Select the WAV files that you want to convert. You can also drag and drop files into the centre window.
Click the "Output" button. Choose the directory (e.g. "My Documents") that you want converted files to be placed in. Click the "Encode" button.
Download, install and run FreeRip MP3 (see Resources).
Click "View." Click "Converter." Click "File." Click "Add files to convert." Select the WAV files that you want to convert.
Click the "Convert Selected Tracks to Default Format" button. The default format is MP3. Converted files will be placed on the desktop.
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