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Changing Audio File Formats


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#1 Professional

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Posted 20 April 2006 - 07:46 PM

Title: Changing Audio File Formats from MP3 to Wave or Wave to MP3


Guide Overview

The purpose of this guide is to teach you how to Changing Audio File Formats from MP3 to Wave or Wave to MP3.

Tools NeededInstructions
  • Step 1: Install the application on a specfic location such as: C:\Programs\Easy MP3 Converter

  • Step 2 : Open up the application. Which is located in your Program Files.

  • Step 3 : Options -> Configure and select your Output folder. Then Press OK.

  • Step 4 : Select the option Wave to MP3 or MP3 to Wave, Which is just above the white display screen.

  • Step 5 : Click on Add, Which will look like this: Posted Image

  • Step 6: Search for your audio files and add them.

  • Step 7 : Then click on 'Convert' which will look like this: Posted Image

  • Step 8 : Let the conversion finish.
Well Done! Your Audio File has just changed to a new format

Please Note: The free verion of Easy MP3 Converter has a limit of 5 minutes.
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Posted 25 April 2006 - 11:05 AM

Are there any free tools that can be used to do this as well?

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Posted 25 April 2006 - 12:24 PM

Hi and sorry for "involving" here.
I have used Audiograbber and CDex, using LAME Encoder. Audiograbber CDex and one Tool I just found while surfing (seeming to do a heap of stuff for free): Super

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Posted 25 April 2006 - 01:14 PM

Audacity (free) will do it, too.
Wav, MP3, OGG
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Posted 29 April 2006 - 07:48 PM

Audacity is good, I am using it now I like the reverse feature, all songs sound weird in it!
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Posted 30 April 2006 - 01:17 PM

I use GoldWave:
http://www.goldwave.com/release.php#download
Pretty nice features such as:
Mix together any number of files into a single stereo file
Create presentations with background music and/or video
Edit home videos and add text captions and compositing effects
Record and edit songs with separate instrument and vocal tracks
Combine multiple layers of video into one AVI, QuickTime Movie, or Windows Media Video file
Capture video from a video recorder, built-in TV tuner, or other video source.
Its ShareWare though and it does MP3 to Wave Vice-Versa.
Legend has it that... If you put an AOL disc the opposite way and play it you can hear devilish music... Even worse if you put it the right way... IT INSTALLS AOL!
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Posted 26 October 2007 - 03:37 PM

Are there any free tools that can be used to do this as well?


I've used the free version of Switch to convert mp3 & wav files to aac for ringtones. The program also "Converts to a variety of output formats including Wave, MP3, AIFF, Vox and Raw + many others" (from the help files).
www.nch.com.au/switch

It worked well and quickly. However, be aware that when you download the program, it will ask you if you want to download other programs as well. If you are strictly looking for the free audio file converter, pass this list by. This is time-limited shareware, and I think that the first time I wound up downloading the pro version of Switch when I downloaded the others, and later kept getting the "trialversion expired" notice before the program would close.

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Posted 17 December 2007 - 09:19 AM

Does anyone know where i could get a free trail version of dmv converter? that works




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