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how to convert..........

.wav to .mp3 are there any free programs out there to use to get the job done?

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If you have Windows XP then go D/L Media Player 10. I know it can rip from a cd to .mp3 so I can only assume it will also rip .wav's as well. BTW, I also have the full version of Real Player and while it can rip it takes alot longer than Media Player.
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He wants to convert .wav to .mp3 not rip to .wav. Besides, I think you have to download an encoder to rip to .mp3, normally it only rips to .wma.

EDIT: Nope, I was wrong. The new upgrade to Mplayer 10 has mp3 included. I have been running 10 beta. Sorry.

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He wants to convert .wav to .mp3 not rip to .wav. Besides, I think you have to download an encoder to rip to .mp3, normally it only rips to .wma.

hey moon could ya give me some help cause i cannot figure this thing out ..... i have a buncha .wav and want them .mp3 can ya help me out?

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You want help with cdex? If so, what you want to do is select 'Convert', 'Convert Wav files to Compressed Audio files' (or just press F11). Change to the directory that has your .wav files, it would be best to have all your wavs in the same directory. Press 'Select All' and 'Convert'. Thats it.

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