Description of App:
Parallel batch audio file converter supporting over 100 formats. Up to 16x faster than serial converters. Also supports many ringtones formats. Just set the options and drag in files or folders to convert. Supported formats include: input 4xm, 8svx, aac, ac3, aif, aifc, aiff, al, amr, ape, asf, au, aud, auto, avi, avr, bics, c, caf, cdr, cvs, dat, dv, fap, ffm, flac, flsh, flv, gsm, h263, hcom, ircam, ksf, l, la, lu, m4a, m4b, m4p, m4v, mat, mat4, mat5, maud, mka, mkv, mmf, mov, mp1, mp2, mp3, mp4, mpc, mpc8, mpeg, mpeg1, mpg, mpg2, mpg4, next, nist, nul, nut, nvf, ogg, paf, pcm, pls, prc, pvf, r, ra, raw, rawNVF, rm, sb, scm, sd2, sd2f, sf, sf2, sffd, shn, siff, sl, smp, snd, sndt, sol, son, sph, spx, svx, sw, tta, txw, ub, ul, uw, vb, vdu, vms, voc, vorbis, vox, vqa, w64, wav, wma, wv, wve, xi output 3g2, 8svx, aac, ac3, ac3 (fix frames), aif, aifc, aiff, al, asf, au, avm2, avr, bics, caf, cdr, crc, cvs, dat, dsp, dv, fap, ffm, flac, flv, gsm, h263, h264, hcom, ircam, la, lu, m4a, m4b, m4r, m4v, mat, mat4, mat5, maud, mmf, mot, mov, mp3, mp4, mpeg, mpegts, mpg, mpg2, mpg4, next, nist, nut, ogg, paf, pdb, prc, psp, pvf, raw, rawNVF, rm, roq, rtp, s16be, s16le, s8, samsung1, samsung2, sb, sd2, seo, sf, shn, sl, smp, snd, sndt, sph, spx, svcd, svx, sw, swf, txw, u16be, u16le, u8, ub, ul, uw, vcd, vms, vob, voc, vorbis, vox, w64, wav, wv, wve, xi ringtone formats 3210, bmp, emelody, emy, ems, ico, icon, imelody, imy, kws, midi, mid, morse, nol, ngg, nokia, sckl, rtttl, rtx, siemens SoundConverter doesn't convert DRM protected files.
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Version Of macOS App Was Tested On:
This app is very accessible with VoiceOver. Lots of pop-up buttons and a single keystroke.
I just found this app when browzing the Mac App Store, and I must say I'm rather impressed with it. My only complaint with it is that it doesn't delete the original files after conversion. However, if you save the converted files to a folder that's different from the original, such as a folder on the desktop, you can just delete the originals and paste the converted files into the folder that the originals were in. No big deal.