Convert WMA to OPUS
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Windows Media Audio: a licensed file format
Windows Media Audio first appeared in 1999. This format is a development of Microsoft supported by Windows Media Player. It was created to replace the well-known MP3 format. Used when watching films on DVD players, on Nokia and Playstation mobile and portable devices. Files of the Windows Media Audio format can be compressed with and without losses. The format has a total of 4 types. As of today, it is supported by almost all hardware players.
Opus (formerly Harmony): an audio codec for lossy compression
This format was created for online broadcasting. Opus is an audio codec for compression used on the Internet in real-time mode. Employed by programs such as Skype and Mozilla. Mostly used in interactive applications. The advantages of Opus are high audio quality and good compression. It works only on devices powered by Windows. Opus files can be converted to similar extensions.