Re: How can I convert .wav to .mp3 in xitel INport...
That's because there was no MP3 encoder included in the software that came with the Xitel Inport kit. They were using a third party codec (fastencc.exe) which was being hosted by someone on Geocities. That person took it down from the site, so now the software doesn't know where to go and locate it to install it on your computer. I'm having the same problem... so I'm currently looking for a fix.
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it's hard to imagine why you would want to convert a small audio file to a very large obsolete file of lesser quality, but it is easily done just the same. google the exact same question, or even just "convert mp3 to wav" with the quotation marks and download one of many small and totally free programs that will convert the file. many will even do other conversions as well. make sure you're running antivirus protection.