By Mauricio Santos
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Auditri is the best audio converter for mac, converts between all popular audio formats preserving metadata and album artwork. Lossless files are supported so you can keep your audio files in their highest quality. Import your wma and flac files to iTunes by converting them to mp3 and Apple Lossless, convert your m4a files to mp3 so you can play them in all of your devices.
* Keeps file tags and metadata.
* Album art support for mp3, aac, Apple Lossless and flac.
* The only Application on the App Store capable of converting WMA Lossless files (please read below).
* Fast multicore encoding.
* High quality audio output, using the best encoders in the industry (Lame, Core Audio).
* You can auto import your converted files to iTunes.
* Growl Notifications.
* You can always save files to a custom directory.
* Easy to use drag and drop interaction.
* Drag files directly to the dock icon.
Supported Input/Output Formats:
* Apple Lossless
* M4A (aac)
* OGG Vorbis
Auditri is the only app capable of converting WMA Lossless files, this is achieved through Flip4mac WMV Player Pro (Microsoft authorized decoder for mac), if you want to convert WMA Lossless files in Auditri you need to have installed this software available at http://www.telestream.net/flip4mac-wmv/overview.htm
Please note that no additional software is required to convert regular WMA files, just lossless. Auditri doesn't support any kind of DRM protected files.
What's New in Version 3.0
- WMA Lossless support (using flip4mac).
- Improved performance.
- Fixed problems opening files in Lion.
- Fixed problems previewing artwork in Lion.
- Fixed problems converting some Flac files.
I bought it to convert my WMA Lossless music collection when I moved to Mac. Bought Flip4Mac Pro as recomended above, then installed Auditri, pointed to my huge library, and told it to go. Converted everything without a hiccup.
I had only one issue with Auditri: it parsed my large music library fine, which was organized in artist folders then album subfolders, but it placed all the converted copies into a single destination folder. So I spent several days reorganizing my new library. If they add support for reproducing the same folder structure in a new place, it would be a perfect five star app.
just about perfect
Quick and dependable audio conversion, just would appeciate more options as far as where the final products get saved to. Such as same file as original, and so on. Still great though.
Doesn’t make high bitrate files into iOS friendly files.
I bought this specifically to convert some high bitrate FLAC files into something I can play on iOS devices, but it doesn’t make 88kHz/24 bit useable on an iPod. Waste of my money.
To the developer: please include something in the product description to tell buyers that this software has this limitation!