How to Convert Audio to MP3?
If there's one thing that the computer world isn't short of, it's audio file formats. There are literally dozens of them. You've probably heard of a few, like WAV, WMA, RAM, ACC, FLAC, OGG and many many others. It can be a confusing maze of acronyms and formats that leaves your head spinning. It's safe to say that MP3 is the most popular audio format around. It's supported by every digital audio player on the market and in every media player – regardless of whether you're using Windows, Mac OS, or Linux. Not every audio file that you encounter will be an MP3, though. As such, you might not be able to play it on your MP3 player or media player. To get the file to play on your hardware or software, your best bet is to transform it to MP3. Download and install this Free Ringtone Maker Platinum and follow the step-by-step tutorial to convert audio to MP3.
1. Click "Load from file" to add the
music you want to the maker. You are able to load one file one time only
and the loading is successful when the waveform of file displays.
(If you simply want to convert the file, you can skip the editing; if you need some editing instructions, just check here to find something useful.)
2. Select the output location. Choose output format in the "Target Format" menu. By "Settings...", you are able to adjust the quality by the presets or specify the configuration parameters.
3. Click "START" to start conversion.
When the conversion is finished, just click "Find Target"
to find the converted music (the tool supports more conversion like
WMA to MP3, WAV to MP3, MP3 to
WMV, OGG to MP3, etc.).
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