I have an old Sony Walkman full of music in .oma files. How can I put that music in my new Samsung Star II GTS-5260? Can I convert to mp3 files?
Thanks a lot. Unfortunately: no success yet. I downloaded the files to my laptop, but even SonicStage doest play them, because they are sad not to be authentic (all the music was downloaded from original CD's !!).
The converting process doesn't work either.
And the trick to burn CD's is not very realistic, because I have around 500 CD's on my albums.
More and more I read that people think the convertng is simply not possible.
Or am I too pessimistic???
Hello, I would try HiMD renderer as instructed here:
oma file is a format by sony-
try possible options :
1. anyaudio converter etc :
2. http://www.ehow.com/how_5037711_convert-oma-wma.html (sonicstage )
3. http://www.ehow.com/how_6801463_convert-oma-wav.html (itunes and
4. convert using vlc media player check first. if it can open the oma
file, it can convert.
Use a program that can read .oma formats like SonicStage
1) Use SonicStage to convert and burn to .WAV (be careful, SonicStage WILL close the disc)
you can convert the .oma file using an audio video converter called TMPGEnc, it will convert to .wav format
1. Open TMPG.
2. Click the 'Browse' button in the 'Audio source' field of the main window, select 'All files' from the drop down menu and load your audio file. Make sure the 'Video source' field remains blank.
3. Click File>Output to file>Wave file
4. Click the 'Setting' button now select the audio format you want to convert to
Hello....thank you for the TMPGEnc suggestion. It looked as if all was well, except it only capture half my .oma file. Half way through play back it went silent. Any Suggestions?
Maybe limitation of free version?
this silence problem is also mentioned here?
Blaze Media Pro
codec for .OMA files