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    Can you burn wma files using K3b?


    Is it possible?

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    You mean to burn it to a Audio-CD, rigt?
    If not, ofcourse you can! Just burn them.

    If, ofcourse you can!
    If you don't have version 0.12 or later you'll have to update k3b, and you might also have to update ffmpeg, ffmpeg >= 0.4.9 should work.

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    Why do you want to burn to a crippled Digital Restrictions Management enabled Microsoft proprietary format ? Or do you want to burn from that format to something else ?
    I\'m so tired .....
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