Music Converter Pro lets you quickly and simply convert your albums, music and sound files to all popular formats. The app provides full iTunes integration; lets you edit album, artist and track information; lets you apply advanced custom settings (bit rate, sample rate, etc.) and you can even create and manage your own presets.
- Convert from: MP3, FLAC, WAV, WMA, M4A, AIFF, FLV and many more.
- Convert to: MP3, AAC, M4A (Apple Lossless), M4R (iPhone Ringtone), FLAC, WAV and more.
Music Converter Pro will also extract and convert the audio content from video formats including: AVI, FLV, XviD, DivX, FLV, MOV, M4V, WMV, MPEG, MTS, M2TS, RM, 3GP and more.
- iTunes integration;
- track information editing;
- drag album tracks to re-order and renumber;
- advanced settings available;
- built-in presets, plus create your own;
- create iPhone ringtones;
- play your music;
- view audio properties of source files;
- two view options - album view or simple list;
- set your own output destination for converted tracks;
- track management - re-order, remove or add more.
The app clearly presents your album, artist and track information for ease of editing. You can instantly view the audio properties of a track, and you can even play each track, in full, from within Music Converter Pro.
Create your own custom presets by choosing advanced settings from: Format, Bit Rate, Sample Rate, Channels, iTunes integration.
Editing track information is a breeze - simply click an album, artist, track name or number to edit and save. Drag to re-order tracks and automatically update their track numbers. All the edited information is passed to iTunes during conversion.
Fixed a problem where the app wouldn't read files for some users.
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Doesn’t convert non-roman characters
I use this app mostly to change my m4as to mp3s so they play on my phone. However it seems not to work with data concerning titles and artists that are written with nonstandard characters (à,ó,etc.) or non-roman scripts, which just turn into a bunch of question marks. What’s odd is that it doesn’t seem to have this trouble with other data like composers. Since it works completely fine otherwise, I’d be curious to know what’s causing it since it’s quite annoying having to change each of my songs individually so I’m not faced with a wall of question marks.
Does what I need it to do
Seems to work flawlessly for what I need it to do which is converting files from one format to another. Usually I use it to covert to Apple Lossless for my phone. You could use other apps or maybe Quicktime (?) but this is just so effortless, fast and easy. Nothing exciting and it doesn't need to be. Like I said, it's fast and useful. I used the free version and was impressed enough to buy it, so there's that.
Incorrect Information about the application
The information indicates that you can change the artist and album title, but you can not. I sent an email to the company and they replied that it can not change the metadata. I bought this to convert my Itunes library and change the name of artists, as I don't like the way Gracenote has multiple artists on non compilation albums.
The conversion works fine, so I'm giving it 3 starts, 1 off for mis-information, and 1 off for the price (10 bucks is kind of steep for what it does).
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.