I recently needed to convert a bunch of (DRM-free) WMA files to MP3 format on Ubuntu, and there’s no good tool out there to do it. There are plenty of tutorials that tell you how to convert from WMA to WAV with Lame, then from WAV to MP3 with mplayer, but none of these tutorial talk about how that will cause you to lose all the WMA artist/album/title data. I needed a tool that would keep the tagged data; so, I made one. It requires mplayer, lame, and mutagen-inspect, all of which are available from aptitude.
So, here’s my script: wma2mp3
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