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Use lame batch vonvert wma to mp3

Hi, I am using a free converter file "lame.exe" to convert wma files to mp3. But no successfully.
My code
echo
for %%x in (*.wav) do lame %%x
pause

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The lame is here
also here
Thanks for help.
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It may just be that you file names have spaces in them, try wrapping the call in quotes:
 
echo
for %%x in (*.wav) do lame "%%x"
pause

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Still no response. Maybe something wrong on lame?
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OOp, it is wma file not wav file.
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unsupported audio format. Maybe lame is not proper.
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I've used Jodix Free WMA to MP3 Converter http://www.wma-mp3.org/  a few times and it worked ok.
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Thanks for help. I used jetshell to convert wma to wav first then used lame do the remaining.
I am going to try FFMPEG and other free softwares.

The question is that many free softwares contain add-on, my homepage was always changed.

That is the reason why I select lame command-line encoder.
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