Advanced WMA Workshop Review

very-Good enough but some lacks are resident

Submitted by peters on Mon, 2007-05-28 13:40.
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The lowest price: 21.21$
You can buy it at RegNow for that price.
The product does a conversion between several types of audio formats. That's the good news. The bad news follows.
The batch feature did not work on the trial version of the software. It also did not work on the registered version. I emailed the company several times They tried to fix the problem; after a while they stopped responding. I think the registration code is bad but they won't return my emails. Without the batch feature the software is almost useless.

Hundreds of utilities out there offer users a pocketknife's worth of tools for encoding audio. Advanced WMA Workshop succeeds where others fail time and time again. It's quick, it looks good, and it supports the most popular file formats around.

Getting used to how the program operates may take a few minutes, but it's an easy curve. The interface features a Windows-Explorer-style file browser for familiar navigation. Large colorful buttons make it easy to select the desired output, allowing for convenient one-click encoding. Do you have a whole folder of files that needs to be encoded? The batch converter feature makes short work of this. Each file can even have a unique encoding setting accessible from a handy drop-down menu.

Advanced WMA Workshop is available in a larger full version that includes the Windows Media 9 codec, or a smaller, lite version for those already up on the latest Windows Media Player. The free trial version expires after 15 day and limits you to five files in the batch processor. The full, functioning version is available for $24.95.


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