the Windows media player 12 does not convert to mp3 when synchronizing files

I am using windows 7 ultimate x 64. The Windows media player 12 does not convert to mp3 when syncing library on my mp3 device files. But when I use windows vista with windows Media Player 11 it automatically convert. I missed something in windows media 12? or Windows media 12 does not have this feature?

Thank you.

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