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Music Converter lets you quickly and simply convert a music or sound file to all popular formats. The app provides full iTunes integration and lets you edit the album, artist and track information.
⚡⚡⚡ News Flash - Music Converter Pro is available on the app store! Check out Pro for these features: convert multiple albums and tracks, advanced custom settings (bit rate, sample rate, etc.), create and manage your own presets, view options. ⚡⚡⚡
➤ Convert from: MP3, FLAC, WAV, WMA, M4A, AIFF, FLV and many more.
➤ Convert to: MP3, AAC, M4A (Apple Lossless), M4R (iPhone Ringtone), FLAC, WAV and more.
Music Converter will also extract and convert the audio content from video formats including: AVI, FLV, XviD, DivX, FLV, MOV, M4V, WMV, MPEG, MTS, M2TS, RM, 3GP and more.
✓ iTunes integration;
✓ track information editing;
✓ create iPhone ringtones;
✓ play your music;
✓ view audio properties of source files;
The app clearly presents the album, artist and track information for ease of editing. You can instantly view the audio properties of the track, and you can even play the track, in full, from within Music Converter.
Editing track information is a breeze - simply click the album, artist or track name to edit and save. The edited information is passed to iTunes during conversion.
What's New in Version 1.5.2
General Bug Fixes
I was impressed by how much the product was able to accomplish. I have a relatively small music collection (about 5,000 songs) and most of my music has come from old CDs and random sites on the internet. Because of that, I thought that the product wouldn’t be able to find artwork for a lot of my music, but I was definitely proven wrong. I also appreciate the “likely matches” feature which saved me the worry of incorrect matches in my iTunes library. The price is a bit much, but overall I’m satisfied with the product and would definitely recommend for those with larger iTunes libraries.
Can't set output quality
Super easy to use, but you cannot set the output quality. I wanted to convert the AAC audio from a mp4 to mp3, the program's only option was to write it to the Music folder at 192k, a mediocre quality level in this day and age. No preferences, no way to customize the output folder. If you goal is to get some files into iTunes and you don't care about the quality, this is good enough. I like my mp3s at 320k, so this isn't going to work for me. 256k is OK, but at 192k I can notice some quality issues.
Changed my Life!
I have never been the tech music savvy person in my group of friends—until Music Converter, that is! Not only did I expand my music tastes and technical ability, I was able to spread the joy to others.
I am sad now because it seems as though my system is too old to run the newest version:(
- Category: Music
- Updated: Mar 04, 2013
- Version: 1.5.2
- Size: 14.1 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Systemic Pty Ltd
- © Systemic Pty Ltd 2011
Compatibility: OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor