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WMA Support on Apple Macs

Last Updated: Jan 23, 2017 01:58PM GMT

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With more recent versions (2.8 and 4.0 onwards) for Mac we now have included support for WMA files without the need for any external applications.

The first time you open an Audio Notetaker file containing a wma file, or the first time you try and import a wma file you will be asked to register with our server. Just click OK and you will always be able to work with wma files.

If you have a digital recorder that supports index marks in formats other than wma (Olympus DM-670, DM-650) then you can change the recording format and not need to work with wma files.
 

  • If you have a DM670 or DM650, change the recording format to MP3 (Rec Menu -> Rec Mode). If you have an older recorder, you will need to check whether the MP3 setting still allows you to use index marks.
  • If you already have Audio Notetaker files that contain WMA audio then you can convert the audio to the OPUS format by going to Audio Notetaker menu > Properties. You can select the files and convert them here. 

For more information on working with WMA files on our Mac version then please see the tutorial Moving from Windows to Mac.

 

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