My Music Converter

Developer: Lonasoft

Current Version: 9.5.19

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 15.6 MB - Download


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My Music Converter is an easy-to-use converter to help you convert from most popular formats both video and audio, like AVI, MOV, MP4, FLV, WMA, WMV, etc., to audio format like M4A, AIFF, FLAC, WAV, WMA and so on.

 And it's the real batch conversion tool. You can improve the performance with your multi-core CPU to the max.

Input File Formats: 

* Common input video formats: FLV, MKV, MOV, M4V, MP4, AVI, WMV, DivX, and many others.
* Common audio formats: MP3, M4A, MP2, AAC, AIFF, Apple Lossless, WAV, WMA, FLAC, AMR, AWB, OGG, AC3, AU.

* Cue sheet + Image file.

Output File Formats:


 Drag and drop from Finder, to make it easy to use.

Music player
* Play any of file you add to the converting queue.
* Seek in the file freely using the slider bar.

Id3 editer
* Edit id3 info easily.
* Add or remove artwork. Export artwork to image file.
* Id3 tag worked together well with the iTunes.

Key features:

* Uniquely support converting multi-channel audios, like aac, ac3, wav, dts, wma.

* Automatically import converted audio to iTunes.

* Convert audio files to mp3, aac, m4a, Apple lossless, aiff.

* Extract audios from videos such as flv, mp4, mov, etc
* Set Audio codec, Audio bitrate, Audio channels, Audio samplerate
* Batch conversion.

* Easy to use drag and drop interaction.

1. Why it is the real batch tasks app?
Most batch converter not really use the multiple threads technology. Only the true multiple threads app can speed up converting, it can perform better in multiple core CPU. Most computer is more then 2 core CPUs now.

2. Why 64 bit is better?
Most computer is 64 bit now. It can perform better in calculating large numbers. It can really speed up mathematical operation which will help our converting.

3. Why sometimes the default output path change to "~/Music/com.lonasoft.mymusicconverter"?
Because of the sandbox,the app can only access "~/Music" path and its sub path. If you choose another output path, it will reset to "~/Music/com.lonasoft.mymusicconverter" when you restart the app.

4. Why I must choose the image file(ape, flac and so on) with cue file together?
As you know, cue file is just a text file that only contain the information of the image file. If you just choose the cue file, the app don't have the access right to the image file that the real music data is placed. So please choose the cue file and the image file together.


Release Notes:

1. Support Cue Sheet File.
Through reading the cue sheet file, you can converter the whole image(ape or flac) to separate tracks.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 9.5.19
Review by nghex Choas Ladali

So easy - This app is so simple, I used it to convert .flv to .mp3 on my ipod. It was super fast. I love this app!!

Found helpful by 14 out of 15 people
Version 9.5.19

DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY - OK, well it definitely does convert your music files to files that can be used by I-Tunes. But here's the deal, I don't know why else one would need this type of conversion, but I am an old PC user. All my music was ripped using WMA format. In order to use I-tunes and Quick time, I needed to change ALL my files to MP3 or AAC, etc. But for this program to work, you have to drag all the songs from a music album folder to the interface window, folder by folder, then designate where the newly formatted songs should be stored. Sounds simple, but if you have 300+ music albums, you have to drag 300+ individual folders one at a time, wait for the songs to be converted, then drag the next folder over. And then, there is no option to delete the original wma files so I have an album folder with both mp3 and wma files. On top of that, the information for the newly re-formatted music files is deleted, i.e. the artist, the album, and the artwork are lost on the newly formatted file. And finally, if you want help from the developers, forget it. They have a comments page that no one monitors as both my comments are still "awaiting moderation". There is some feedback on the page - sort of a FAQ page - but the English is so bad, there is no way to decipher what they're trying to say. It is ridiculous!! Bottom line, this program needs a batch conversion option where you can drag your whole music folder into the program and automatically convert the individual music files to the desired format, then save all the album info, and if you want, delete the original file so you don't have double the files for each piece of music. But if you want to convert a bunch of music, you're better off re-ripping each one of your individual CDs. it would save you time.

Found helpful by 4 out of 16 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 9.5.19
Review by HaroldOOOM

Very nice! - Support all video or audio formats to mp3. And without id3 tag losing! Keep the song cover after converting!

Found helpful by 7 out of 8 people
Version 9.5.19
Review by Dane.Janer

Batch Converts easily - Converts any files super fast, the app was help in converting and tagging FLAC files into my iTunes library. Thank you for making my life much easier.

Found helpful by 7 out of 8 people
Version 9.5.19
Review by chrislidaer

Fantastic! - Very simple and fun to use. Does what it advertises and is very intuitive. Would be nice if you could drag multiple files. great app!

Found helpful by 7 out of 8 people
Version 9.5.19
Review by sobol

Horrible - Crashes constantly. I have also contacted Lonasoft and had no response. I couldn't be more upset.

Found helpful by 4 out of 5 people
Version 9.5.19
Review by Bargain Man

BULLSH-- - GARBAGE!! And those reviews are all apple/Lonasoft generated! Don't waste your money!!!

Found helpful by 3 out of 8 people