Encoder to convert between WAV MP3 OGG WAV files in batch mode
You can convert between all these formats.
This program is intended and especialy convinient for automatic (batch) conversion.
Now new functions - CD Ripping!
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:31
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
WMA to MP3 Converter Pro 4.0 Converts WMA to all audio formats at high converting speed!
- converting in one click!
- high speed;
- setting resulting format options;
- automatic source deleting;
- skin support;
- drag and drop support;
- editor of tags.
Description: Alt WAV MP3 WMA OGG Converter - tool that can convert files of all these formats between each other.
Now you can use new features of our rippers:
CDA -> MP3 (mp3 ripper)
CDA -> WAV (wav ripper)
CDA -> WMA (wma ripper)
CDA -> OGG (ogg ripper)
- now with MULTILINGUAL INTERFACE !
- interface changes;
- price increased to $25.
With Alt WAV MP3 WMA OGG Converter you can make your music library by the easiest and quickest way.
This program is intended for automatic (batch) conversion of music CDs and it is very convenient for this purpose.
You should do only two actions - to create a list of files for encoding (you can simply drag&drop them to
the Alt Converter main window from the Explorer or other file manager) and specify destination path for
the created output files (by default they saved in some directory with source files). But optionally before encoding you may choose bitrate (up to 320 kbps), samplerate and stereo/mono mode and specify tags for files in list.
Main features and advantages in comparision to similar programs:
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