Audio-Converter can help you convert most popular videos and audios to MP3, AIFF, MP2, OGG, WMA, WAV, AAC, AC3, AU, MMF, M4A, FLAC, etc.
1. Convert most popular videos to MP3, AIFF, MP2, OGG, WMA, WAV, AAC, AC3, AU, MMF, M4A, FLAC.
2. Convert most popular audios to MP3, AIFF, MP2, OGG, WMA, WAV, AAC, AC3, AU, MMF, M4A, FLAC.
3. Batch conversion.
4. Audio codec, Audio bitrate, Audio Channels, Audio samplerate settings.
5. Send the converted audio file to iTunes automatically.
Note: not support DRM-protected files.
Any problem please email to: email@example.com
1. bug fixes.
Ratings and Reviews
A true bargain
Just when you thought you couldn’t get something for nothing, this little app comes along and shows you that you can at least get something pretty good for next to nothing.
I have a copy of Roxio Toast Titanium. Wouldn’t you think that for the large amount of money it costs, it would be able to convert a WAV file into an MP3? If so, you’d be mistaken.
I needed something to occasionally perform batch conversions of audio files. Aucio-Convertor does it rapidly and without fanfare. It’s interface is quite simple. The codecs and formats include all that I ever use. Perhaps the only thing I’ve found that distinguishes it from the expensive apps is the absence of Variable Bit Rate encoding for MP3s, but that’s nothing I can’t live without and certainly no reason to deduct a star from an unpretentious app that’s as inexpensive as this one.
Had it been costly, I might not have felt compelled to review it. Because of the almost unbelievably low price, though, I want to give credit where credit’s due.
Clunky. No channel conversion like in the description.
I was looking for a batch audio converter that can turn stereo files into mono. I bought this app becaause it had good reviews, and the description says “audio channels” as one of the features - so I thought “Great!”. However in the settings, (for a super basic format like WAV) there’s an audio channel dropdown - but only ONE option - STEREO. So you couldn’t pick mono if you wanted to - what’s the point of even having this “option” - when there’s NO options - just one. Option means choices. Also, I say “clunky” because when you open it it gives you the impression you can just drag some files onto the GUI - however when you do, it pops up a “choose file” finder-dialog that seems like it’s asking for you to choose the file over again - however, learing the hard way - that dialog is, actually, asking where you want to SAVE it. But you’d never know, because it doesn’t give you any context at all - which could be VERY bad - because you could end up accidentally overwriting your original files. Bummer app.
It Did The Job
Used this App to convert all of the church’s WMA music files to MP3 because we converted our computer sound system to MAC from Windows. I created a WMA folder and dragged all of the WMA songs into one folder, 918 songs (thank God the rest were all ready MP3) and then proceded to use the audio converter app. After initial set-up of “type" and "destination of converted songs”, it was a piece of cake until I got greedy and tried to drag and drop and dump all 900 files to be converted at once. It’s good, but not that good. It took a lot of errors from songs that couldnt be converted. I ended up doing about 10 songs at a time. You do the math. It got the job done though, but it was most definitely time consuming. For the songs that couldnt be converted (about 50 of them), guess I’ll have to try someting else or redownload them. Great APP though. Very easy to use and very helpful...
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.