Convert WMV to AAC
WMV files are based on the Microsoft Advanced Systems Format (ASF) container format, compressed with Windows Media compression. The file extension .WMV typically describes ASF files that use Windows Media Video codecs. The audio codec used in conjunction with Windows Media Video is typically some version of Windows Media Audio, or in rarer cases, the deprecated Sipro ACELP.net audio codec.
Want to play or use .wmv audio part on media player program or handy device? In order to convert or extract audio from .wmv video file, you may render to an audio conversion program. AAC can be your right choice, as it’s a type of digital audio file and has been promoted as the successor to the once-dominant digital audio file type, MP3. AAC generally offers higher-quality sound than an MP3 while using the same amount of disk space.
iOrgSoft WMV to AAC Converter is a powerful AAC conversion program, which can flawlessly convert/extract audio from .wmv video to AAC audio file within several mouse clicks. Also, you are allowed to make advanced settings for audio parameters such as Sample Rate, Bitrate and Channels. If you are running Mac OS (Lion OS included), you can refer to the WMV to AAC Converter for Mac.
Import .wmv video file(s)
Run the WMV to AA Converter. Click "Load File" or "Load Folder" button to locate .mpg video file(s).
Set AAC as output file format
Click the "Format" drop-down list to select AAC as output format. You can also select M4A, WAV, MP3, WMA, MP2, etc. Plus, you can click the folder-shaped button next to "Output" menu to set destination folder for storing output file.
Start converting WMV to AAC
Hit "Start" button to let the WMV to AAC Converter to do the rest for you. When the conversion is finished, you can access to the output .aac audio file by default. If not, please click "Open" button to reach the destination folder.