Developer: David William Hearn
Current Version: 1.0.1
Last Updated: 6 years ago
Download Size: 2.8 MB - Download
RightClickMP3 is a brilliantly simple one-click application, that saves you time and hassle by adding a 'Convert to MP3' option to the right-click (or ctrl+click) menu. Convert WAV/AIFF/OGG/WMA8/FLAC/AAC and more easily and quickly with this lightweight, yet powerful application.
RightClickMP3 does not currently support audio conversion of video files.
Please note that conversion of copy protected files is not supported.
RightClickMP3 does not support WMA9 or WMAL files at this time.
Fixed a problem with progress bars not displaying correctly on some Macs
Most Helpful Reviews
Perfect! - This was exactly what I needed, I'm so pleased! Thanks for a great app that does what it says it will do.
More Reviews for Current Version
Does Not Preserve Metadata - Converts to MP3 as promised, but does not preserve metadata. For me, this product is worthless.
No option top choose destination - I like this app very much. It is however missing an important option for me to choose where I want the newly encoded MP3 file to be saved. It automatically saves the file in the same place as the original. This is particularly obnoxious when ripping a music CD because it cannot put the MP3 file back on the music CD…so it doesn’t do anything. In order to rip files from a music CD you will have to first copy all the CD files onto your computer and then you can encode them to MP3 files. This is an extra time consuming step and could be easily solved by allowing the user to choose where the newly created MP3 files will be saved..such as a folder on the desktop or my MP3 player.
Easy! - It's great for quickly checking my songs in mp3 encoding (does 320kbps exports) you can add the meta-data in itunes after import. Wish it would pop up with the ID3 editing information =)
Music Collection Saver - This application was EXACTLY what I was looking for! I recently moved over to Mac from PC and needed to convert my music selection (all WMAs) to iTunes MP3. I found this app and it is incredibly easy to use! I cannot stress that enough. Instead of trying to import into a separate program, export, etc. you just right click on the file within Finder and select "Convert to MP3" and there it is, right below the original file! Plus you can select more than one file at a time just by using command or shift! If you can use Finder, you can use this app. The best selling point by far is that it keeps the original sound quality and you can also change the bit rate as well. I've attempted countless apps that claim to do that, but RightClickMP3 is the only one that actually does what it claims. My files are now converted and sound great! Get it! Well worth the $6! Thank you very much, David Hearn!
I like it! - It's a bit awkward at first, because the conversion process isn't just intuitive. But, follow the directions and it works nicely.