344 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Jun 21, 2006 2:17 PM by tcvanp3570
MP3 is a fairly old file type, while AAC and WMA are more modern. AAC is said to have higher quality than MP3, but is not compatible with some players and/or programs.
WMA is a very widely-adopted format, and has larger file sizes than AAC and MP3, so many programs/players will be able to use it, but maybe not store as many songs.
MP3 is the happy medium, because if you're songs are in MP3, they are accessible by almost ANYTHING that plays music.
Hope this helps.
You may want to just convert them all to MP3 so you only need one library. Unless, of course, your Rio only plays WMA.
How to convert to MP3: