Did you ever notice that your iTunes collection is filled with different media formats like AAC, MP3, AIFF? This is very problematic when you want to do an USB key for your car radio or if you want to put put audio files on a non-Apple device.
MusikAnywhere is a great utility for any Mac owner. MusikAnywhere can export and convert iTunes playlist content in the desired format of your choice. The tool can also be used to extract audio from any movies or videos.
After selecting the iTunes playlists that you want to export, MusikAnywhere will process song one by one and make sure it’s in the format you specified and with the specified bitrate also. No more media mess. MusikAnywhere don’t affect your sources, it will create a copy of your files in the specified target folder that you choose. It can be a local folder, remote or even an USB key.
- easy to use
- convert all the desired tracks to a specific format and bitrate
- will also extract audio track from any video/movies
- you can choose between direct copy or transcoding
- you can downsample audio files from surround audio to stereo or mono.
- you can easily change the bitrate. If you specify a bitrate than the source material, the bitrate of the original file will be respected.
- copy id3 tags
- create a mp3 playlist (Winamp and car compatible )
You can send me feature requests or bugs from the web site or email me at : firstname.lastname@example.org
- updated transcoding engine
Ratings and Reviews
Great app for its purpose
If you are frustrated by Apple’s relentless war with the iPod function of the iPhone which basically prevents it to be usable in your car this is the app you’ve been looking for. Create playlist, send it to USB drive, plug in car and voilà your done. No more changing 5 settings on your iPhone to make it list only synced music for nothing since the minute you plug it in the car it’ll show your entire library instead of what you can actually play. Works like a charm, not a cpu hog and delivers what it promises…
About 1/2 to 3/4 of my songs are blank with 0 bytes once exported. It works good for the ones that it actually converts.
So far, so bad
First use onto a USB stick to put in my car, it mangled all the filenames and my car refused to play anything saying invalid file. I’ll keep trying but not liking it so far.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.