Is it okay if you have to convert vgm/vgz to wav to mp3?
If so, then do this:
To convert vgm/vgz to wav, download VGMPlay
, open VGMPlay.ini and set LogSound = 1. (You also may want to set SampleRate = 44100, because most mp3s use that rate and many tools would just convert 48KHz to 44.1 KHz during the wav to mp3 conversion.)
Then drop the .m3u-file on VGMPlay.exe and it will convert all vgm/vgz files to wav.
Now you have to convert the wav files to mp3.
If you have nothing to do that, you can use BeSweet
. It's a commandline tool, but there are GUIs for it. I usually use BeLight. (This
is the lastest version I could find. I know it's very old.)
I'm sure there are other tools, but I usually use Audacity to make mp3s.
is very good and still updated and there are some GUIs listed in the Links section.