What is WMA?
Windows Media Audio (WMA) is an audio data compression technology developed by Microsoft. The name can be used to refer to its audio file format or its audio codecs. Microsoft claims that audio encoded with WMA sounds better than MP3 at the same bit rate; Microsoft also claims that audio encoded with WMA at lower bit rates sound better than MP3 at higher bit rates.
UFUSoft Blu-ray Player or Mac Blu-ray Player, famous for its perfect Media playback throughout the world, is also an excellent Free WMA Player. Featuring fantastic DTS5.1 audio system, ultrafast speed, and handy operation, Macgo WMA Player software can give you the best multimedia enjoyment. In addition, it will not cost you a dime. Now, let’s get to know how to play this fantastic WMA Player on Mac.
How to enjoy any WMA on PC with this WMA Media Player software? This step-by-step guide would show you the detailed information of playing WMA audio with this software.
Step 1: Free download and launch the program
Here you can free download UFUSoft WMA Media Player and install it on your computer. And then launch the program to open the main interface.
Step 2: Open WMA audio to the program
You can click “Open File” button in the main interface to select the WMA audio file and add it to the program. Or you can click “File” drop-down button to select “Open File” option to open the audio file.
Step 3: Start to play WMA audio
Well, after adding WMA audio file, this program would start to play it automatically.
Step 4: Adjust the video effect as you like (Optional)
When you play WMA audios, you can adjust the video and audio effect to get the perfect the audio visual effect. You can easily adjust the audio track, channel and device by opening the “Audio” drop-down button, and adjust the video track and screen size by opening the “Video” drop-down button. And even you are allowed to select the deinterlace type.
Step 5: Play the next WMA audio
If you want to choose the next WMA file to play, you can click “Stop” button to come back the main interface to open the next one.