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dBpoweramp and XLD are perhaps the most popular. XLD is free. Convert your files to aiff or alac. Keep in mind if you choose wav it doesn't support metadata like other formats.
The age-old wav vs flac debate has been raging for years now with strong proponents on both sides. Listen for yourself if you care to. While I respect Steve's viewpoint I don't agree with him and I assume he won't be the one listening to your system.
audioengr - I am not a fan of FLAC because the SQ is inferior to .wav. I don’t care if you cannot hear the difference. I can hear the difference.Steve, I agree with you, but flac still has the advantage from a disk space utilization perspective. Point is, store the data as flac, listen as wav. If you have as much music as I do, you shall become a "fan". :)
Maybe you can try to convert FLAC and WMA to MOV using some online converters, such as Zamzar, Convertio. They are free and easy to use. However, if your FLAC and WMA files are large you can try Joyoshare Video Converter. It can convert them without quality loss. Also, VLC is a good option to encode video.