##### Support import audio and video ######
MP3, FLAC, WAV,CUE,APE, WMA, M4A, AIFF, FLV, OGG, MKA, AU, CAF, AIFF, AC3 and many more.
Almost all video formats .
##### Convert to MP3 #####
##### Function ######
1. support import music, video and folder .
2. Auto split CUE file to multiple music files .
3. Auto save source music tag info .
4. Trim audio , add fadein /fadeout and adjust volume .
5. Delete mute at the start and end .
6. Batch convert audio files
7. Auto fit audio’s sample rate, channel and Bit rate .
8. Easy to be used .
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Resolved some bugs.
Ratings and Reviews
Super slow, terrible interface, but works
DOesn’t mention what “free” limitations are. Terrible interface design. No batch support in this version even though it looks like there is. Has options such as “replace original” that do not work at all. Defaults output to a folder other than where the input files are. COnversion is exceptionally slow compared to competitor products on the same machine.
Simple to use. Manually adjust parameters.
This converts to MP3 - nothing else. I used it for WMA conversion for itunes and it works fine.
I tried the free version first to see what it was like. You can only convert 1 song at a time on the free version.
You can adjust the audio - 1 or 2 channel. Sample rate, anything from 22050Hz through to 48000Hz.
You can vary the bit rate from 64kbps through to 320kbps, or you can leave these on auto and the program will decide for you.
You can adjust the volume of the converted file as well.
If you upgrade, it will batch convert files. I converted 12 WMA files of average length in under a minute.
It has a % dial, showing the progress of the conversion (see screen shots).
This will drop back a few times as it goes through the process, so just let it do its thing and it will work well.
One thing, in leaving the settings on Auto, it did have a click sound at the very beginning of the converted file, like you would get when you pressed record on a cheap tape deck. Setting the parameters manually handled this. The sound quality and volume was better with the coversion settings set manually.
Interface is simple, nothing flash, but is usable and easy to navigate.
On both versions, you can set the start and end time for each file as well as clip the quiet time surrounding the file. I did not seem to impact on the files I tested.
You can also set times for fade in and out.
You can play the track before processing to see what the changes you’ve made have done which is great!
I paid the negligable amount to be able to batch convert and believe it is worth it.
I did not spend a lot of time looking at apps to convert WMA to MP3, so there may be better ones out there, but if you happen across this one, use it!
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.