Windows MP3-AAC converter

JoeT

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Dec 18, 2007
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Got a lot of (already shortened) MP3s you wanna convert to AAC for ringtones?

Hate doing it in iTunes?

Wanna do a bunch at once?

You want this: http://downloads.sourceforge.net/me....6.1.4038.exe?modtime=1201221806&big_mirror=0

Open source, made for the iPod touch and iPhone, quick, and easy.


Drag your MP3s to this app, let it convert them, then rename the m4a files to m4r and drag them into iTunes. Sweet!


I actually combine this with Audacity (to edit/shorten MP3s - freeware) and RenameWiz (to mass-rename - commercial) to mass-produce my ringtones.


I thought someone might find this useful...


- Joe
 

Lokki

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Jun 10, 2010
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For Windows, I've been using the free MelodyCan for a long time. It works great.
 
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Julia_Julia

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Hey,
I use Convert-tune.

http://convert-tune.com/index.html
It converts audio files to different formats.
The tool also has free CD Ripper and free CD Burner.
It converts video files for iPod and iPad as well.
There 'surf and catch video' option.
Convert-tune converts audio files to MP3, M4A (AAC), WMA, WAV and
video files to MP4 (iPod), WMV, AVI and 3gp.