Is there a Windows Media Player plugin which allows you to convert audio files from one type to another?

Is there a Windows Media Player plugin which allows you to convert audio files from one type to another?
For example: conversion of a

  1. file to a .mp3 file .m4a? Or a
  2. . M4P file to a .mp3 file, or a
  3. mp3 to a .mxmf file

or visa / versa for any of them?

Hello

Thank you fo contact Microsoft Answers.

Windows Media Player is not any plugin. Maybe you can try to Expression Encoder.

Here:

http://www.Microsoft.com/expression/products/Encoder4_Overview.aspx

Or here:

http://www.Microsoft.com/expression/products/EncoderPro_Overview.aspx

Many third-party converters are also available, you can try.

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