Windows Media Audio (WMA) and Total Recorder
Total Recorder introduced support for WMA formats and provided the ability for all editions to play, record, and convert WMA files to any supported sound formats like WAV, MP3, OGG, FLAC, and APE. Using the program's WMA tag editor, you can easily edit, add or delete tag data, as well as generate file names based on tag information (such as the artist's or album's name, track's title, genre, or track number).
With the Professional, VideoPro and Developer Editions of Total Recorder, you can also edit WMA files and use the batch conversion feature.
To work with WMA files, you must install Windows Media Player 9, or later. You can download Windows Media Player 9.0 or higher from Microsoft at this web page.
If you have Windows Media Player 9 or higher already installed, there is no need to download the wmfdist.exe file. The file is only needed if an older version of WMP is installed and you do not want to upgrade.
Note: High Criteria's support for WMA files does not include support for creating, editing or playing files protected by Digital Rights Management (DRM) facilities.
To learn more about WMA convertion, recording, and editing, please refer to the following link: