Audio Free Files Convert
|Op. System:||Windows XP/Vista/7|
|File size:||3.33 MB|
Publisher description for Audio Free Files Convert
Just two decades ago, it was almost impossible to find a computer capable of playing recorded music. All they could do was synthesize sounds, but that was not ???real??? music. The relatively recent emergence of devices capable of storing larger amounts of data and the development of audio cards made it possible to listen to your favorite songs right from your computer. This capability was also the result of creation of highly efficient compression algorithms. Nowadays, many audio formats coexist with the popular MP3 format, such as WMA, WAV, M4A, OGG and MP2. As a result, there are many occasions when you need to convert an audio file into another format. Audio Free Files Convert is just one among many applications that will help you convert multimedia files from one format into another. Since converting files has become such a common task, developers have been trying to make it as easy as possible. Perhaps, the main advantage of Audio Free Files Convert lies in the simplicity of its interface. The functions performed by its buttons have been identified by accurate textual and visual descriptions. These buttons will help you add a single file or a complete folder to the files-to-convert list and select the output format. Although the program comes with a default output folder, you can also specify where you want to save the resulting files. At that time, you are ready to initiate the conversion by pressing the Convert Now button. The real difficulty with this button is finding it as the odd choice of colors makes it almost invisible to the user. The software will not let you customize the output format with parameters like quality, bitrate, etc. This is an advantage for inexperienced users, saving them the effort to decide on aspects they might not know well. However, expert users will consider this a limitation as they will not be able to configure parameters they consider essential. Unfortunately, some of the buttons and menu items link to nonexistent web content about the software.