My Music Converter Free is a free version of My Music Converter. It 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.
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.
Output File Formats:
* MP3,M4A, AIFF, AAC,FLAC, APE, WAV, WMA, etc.
Drag and drop from Finder, to make it easy to use.
* Play any of file you add to the converting queue.
* Seek in the file freely using the slider bar.
* 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 .
* Easy to use drag and drop interaction.
1. 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.
2. Why sometimes the default output path change to "~/Music"?
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" when you restart the app.
3. 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.
1. Change icon.
2. Support sorting for converting list.
3. Support Cue Sheet File.
Through reading the cue sheet file, you can converter the whole image(ape or flac) to separate tracks.
Ratings and Reviews
so far, not so good...
Doesnt seem to want to convert a .wma file to mp3 or anything for that matter! warns that .wma files arn't supported, havn't tried other sources yet tho. I like how you can customize your export quality tho, similar to what you can do with import settings on iTunes. I'm using another 'Music Converter' as a 'free' converter for the mean time.
I'm using an early 2011 macbook pro with 10.7.4
AWB format conversion
I can’t say for other applications of this tool, but I agree with the 2 other reviews, this converter is just too basic and unsatisfactory. I would recommend rather *MediaHuman Audio Converter*. However, there is one thing this “My Music Converter” does well which is conversion from an odd Nokia audio voice recording format AWB. I wasn’t able to find any software capable of doing it and this one did it on the first try. So I am giving it five stars for weird file format support. AWB format seems to be an extremely efficient file format for voice. A 70 MB (192 Kbps) MP3 file is equal to 3 MB AWB file while preserving all audio quality. That’s incrediibly efficient.
60 sec limit
No bit rate options for AAC or MP3. This version only does 60 seconds max, per file.
Seems like a nice simple utility, but the free version is more or less useless.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.