Developer: LI JIANYU
Current Version: 2.22
Last Updated: 1 year ago
Download Size: 11.7 MB - Download
Audio-Converter can help you convert most popular videos and audios to MP3, AIFF, MP2, OGG, WMA, WAV, AAC, AC3, AU, MMF, M4A, FLAC, etc.
1. Convert most popular videos to MP3, AIFF, MP2, OGG, WMA, WAV, AAC, AC3, AU, MMF, M4A, FLAC.
2. Convert most popular audios to MP3, AIFF, MP2, OGG, WMA, WAV, AAC, AC3, AU, MMF, M4A, FLAC.
3. Batch conversion.
4. Audio codec, Audio bitrate, Audio Channels, Audio samplerate settings.
5. Send the converted audio file to iTunes automatically.
Note: not support DRM-protected files.
Any problem please email to: [email protected]
1. bug fixes.
Most Helpful Reviews
Best Customer Service Response EVER! - I’ve used customer service from various companies for over 40 yrs. I’ve worked in customer service for over 10 yrs. This was the best customer service experience I’ve ever encountered. I sent an email about a file-type I’d never heard of before, within a few HOURS (not days, certainly not weeks) I got a response politely asking if I’d send a copy of one of those files to the Hewbo company. Less than a day after I did so, I got a copy of the same file back as an mp3 and tested it. It worked fine!! These people are exactly what you’d hope to be able to do business with.
Crashes every time - The description says this program " converts ALL audio". I pulled in .m4b files (audiobook from iTunes) and it crashed instantly. I pulled in .aa files (audible) and it crashed instantly. Emailed "hewbo" as directed. Responds-telling me to send them the file to try. (Can't send 200 MB files.) They offer no other help. Either it converts audio or it doesn't. I tried two computers and multiple files. FAIL-WASTE OF MONEY. IT DOESN't WORK- Version 2.10
More Reviews for Current Version
Does exactly what its says no more no less. - Does exactly what its says no more no less. All i need it for is to change some of my mac files into mp3’s and it does it quick and efficiently. If you have multiple files you can do that as well and have them saved in the folder you need them to be saved in, instead of dragging them off of the desktop and then into a folder, like some programs
Non-existent settings support - This app only supports a very limited number of conversion settings, making it pretty much useless. The sad part is there really isn’t a reason to not support more conversion settings, given how trivial it is. For example, I need to convert some audio to wav mono 8kHz 16-bit. I can convert to wav, but there’s no mono in the channels drop down, there’s only 32, 44.1, and 48kHz in the sample rate, and only one PCM in the encoder. As I’m looking through, I see the same lack of options in each of the output formats. Seriously, what’t the point of making a converter if you’re going to rip out half of the useful settings? I’m glad I only wasted a dollar.
A true bargain - Just when you thought you couldn’t get something for nothing, this little app comes along and shows you that you can at least get something pretty good for next to nothing. I have a copy of Roxio Toast Titanium. Wouldn’t you think that for the large amount of money it costs, it would be able to convert a WAV file into an MP3? If so, you’d be mistaken. I needed something to occasionally perform batch conversions of audio files. Aucio-Convertor does it rapidly and without fanfare. It’s interface is quite simple. The codecs and formats include all that I ever use. Perhaps the only thing I’ve found that distinguishes it from the expensive apps is the absence of Variable Bit Rate encoding for MP3s, but that’s nothing I can’t live without and certainly no reason to deduct a star from an unpretentious app that’s as inexpensive as this one. Had it been costly, I might not have felt compelled to review it. Because of the almost unbelievably low price, though, I want to give credit where credit’s due.
Don’t waste your time or money. - I wanted a simple program to convert AAC to MP3 for my car’s SD card interface. This looked clean and uncomplicated. Sadly, it crashes repeatedly after only processing 2-3 songs. I tried multiple albums at various settings and never succeeded. I contacted the developer who promptly responded and asked me for some info. He was unable to help. A waste of money. I just bought "MP3 Encoder" which worked the first time and every time thereafter.
It Did The Job - Used this App to convert all of the church’s WMA music files to MP3 because we converted our computer sound system to MAC from Windows. I created a WMA folder and dragged all of the WMA songs into one folder, 918 songs (thank God the rest were all ready MP3) and then proceded to use the audio converter app. After initial set-up of “type" and "destination of converted songs”, it was a piece of cake until I got greedy and tried to drag and drop and dump all 900 files to be converted at once. It’s good, but not that good. It took a lot of errors from songs that couldnt be converted. I ended up doing about 10 songs at a time. You do the math. It got the job done though, but it was most definitely time consuming. For the songs that couldnt be converted (about 50 of them), guess I’ll have to try someting else or redownload them. Great APP though. Very easy to use and very helpful...