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Convert Windows Media Audio to Simple text.

We have found one software suitable in our database for this conversion.

A wma to txt conversion represents a transcription of audio voice saved in Windows Media Audio format (.wma) to a text format (.txt).

You won't find some simple utility and you have to use special voice search and transcription services, such as VoiceBase.

Updated: September 20, 2018

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Additional links: Open wma file, Open txt file

WMA

A wma file extension is associated with the Advanced Systems Format (advanced Streaming Format, Active Streaming Format) container that is used to store multimedia data. A wma file stores audio in Advanced Systems Format container and compressed by Windows Media Audio (WMA) codec.

TXT

Files with txt file extension are mostly common text files viewable in various text editors.

 

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