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How to load Spotify playlist to Windows Media Player


Spotify to Windows Media Player

Windows Media Player (WMP) is a media player and media library application developed by Microsoft that is used for playing audio, video and viewing images on personal computers running the Microsoft Windows operating system, as well as on Pocket PC and Windows Mobile-based devices. Editions of Windows Media Player were also released for classic Mac OS, Mac OS X and Solaris but development of these has since been discontinued.

In addition to being a media player, Windows Media Player includes the ability to rip music from and copy music to compact discs, burn recordable discs in Audio CD format or as data discs with playlists such as an MP3 CD, synchronize content with a digital audio player (MP3 player) or other mobile devices, and enable users to purchase or rent music from a number of online music stores.

As you know that a good music player is essential for any computer and it is very important that you manage to find a program that comes with an accessible interface and has all the necessary features. Windows Media Player is the just video and audio player for Windows users.

What's more, Windows Media Player is ideal for music because it comes with its very own music visualization. If you are not content with this, you can also download other visualizations from the Internet. It will be a wonderful enjoyment when you playing music with Windows Media Player.

Spotify is the biggest and the most popular online streaming music service,but is there any way to transfer and move Spotify playlist to play them with Windows Media Player?

Follow the next, you will get the simple and fast solutions of loading Spotify playlist to Windows Media Player easily.

Reasons that you can't move Spotify playlist to Windows Media Player

Spotify supports users Free and Premium two types. Whether you are Spotify Free user, or you are Spotify Premium user, you are only allowed to download these music songs or playlists offline playing or use the built-in Spotify App on other Apps or audio devices. All the Spotify files are DRM protected, and you can't freely copy and transfer them to other audio player or backup and so on.

Easy guide to load Spotify playlist to Windows Media Player

Because of DRM, you can't move Spotify playlist freely and directly. If you want to move Spotify playlist, you have to remove DRM from Spotify and then load these unprotected music playlist to Windows Media Player.

Macsome Spotify Audio Converter Platinum is what you are looking for, which is designed to help Spotify users including Spotify Free users to decrypt DRM from Spotify and convert Spotify music and playlists to MP3, AAC, FLAC and WAV with fast conversion speed and lossless output quality. After conversion, you can also use one button to burn to CD or send to your friend with email.

What you need:

Step 1. Add Spotify Music to the program

First, free download and install Spotify Audio Converter.

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And then run Spotify Audio Converter Platinum and click "+" icon to manually drag & drop any music file or playlist from Spotify into the program, then press "OK" button to add them.

Add Spotify Songs

Step 2. Choose Output Format

Click setting button to set the output format and other related output settings. Here you can select format as MP3, AAC, FLAC or WAV and choose output quality up to 320kbps.

Set the output format

Step 3. Start Conversion

Click the "Convert" button to begin the Spotify to MP3 conversion.

Converting Spotify to MP3

After conversion, you can load your converted music songs or playlists to Windows Media Player and play. And the you can enjoy the music files on Windows Media Player anytime as you like.

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