How to Import WAV Files to iTunes
Have you been struggling in the past to import WAV to iTunes library? Yeah, although iTunes announced to support WAV format, in most cases, we still can’t import WAV files to iTunes. It’s indeed very frustrating to play WAV in iTunes.
What is the solution? At Wondershare, we have developed Video Converter , an intelligent program that has no trouble at all in converting WAV files so that they can be played in iTunes. Whether the files are compressed or uncompressed, Wondershare Video Converter enables you to import them to iTunes at the click of a few buttons. Here's how.
1 Download and install this WAV to iTunes converter
After you’ve installed it, you can double click the desk icon to run this app. And feel free to start your project.
2 Import WAV files
In the main interface, there is a button. Just click it to import your WAV files to this program. Or you can also directly drag them to this program.
Immediately, these WAV files will be listed in the left item trey of this app. It’s shown as below.
3 Choose an iTunes compatible format as the output format
We know, iTunes supports MP3 audio format. What’s more, MP3 has a broad support of various devices and application software etc. Converting MP3 from WAV is good choice for you, for you might want to sync them to iPod music player later.
To select MP3, on the right side of the interface, just click the "Output Format" button to open the output format window, where you can go to "Format">"Audio" > “MP3”.
4 Convert WAV to iTunes
When everything is done, on the lower-right corner of the Video Converter’s interface, you can press the "Convert" button. Now, this app is converting your files to MP3 for iTunes. The progress bar is shown with the Percent Complete and remaining time. When the conversion is done, you can find the output files according to the output path you set.
Launch iTunes, and then directly drag the MP3 files from the output folder to iTunes library. To play them on Apple devices, just continue to sync them to your device.