When you need to convert audio files or rip CDs without hassle, AudioConverter Studio is the right tool for the job.
Access all popular formats including MP3 WMA OGG WAV FLAC MPC APE CDA M3U PLS CUE
With AudioConverter Studio all the tools you need to keep your collection in order are just a few clicks away.
The pre-conversion feature allows you to listen to a 10-second track preview before you move on to the actual conversion. This way you can check the output quality and adjust the settings, for example, change bitrate, frequency, and mode if needed before you convert multiple files.
AudioConverter Studio can also sort your music while converting. By default, the filename of your source file is used, so track01.flac will be converted to track01.mp3 (if you convert FLAC to MP3). But the file may contain some additional information in its tags: title, artist, album, etc. AudioConverter Studio is capable of using this information for naming converted files and creating folders for them. For example, with a format like Artist\Year – Album\Track# – Title any Audio CDs that you rip will be sorted in your music folder automatically by artist, then by year and album, then by track number and title. So you get a nicely structured collection without any extra effort.
Sometimes you may get big APE or FLAC files containing complete albums. These files may come with small CUE files having the same name. AudioConverter Studio will help you convert such FLAC to individual MP3 tracks. The program will not only recognize the tracks but also convert them to individual files and save information like title, artist, etc. to ID3 tags. Both ID3v1 and ID3v2 versions of tags are supported.
Copy music tags (information about title, artist, album, etc.) to converted files and automatically load titles and other album-related information for Audio CDs from CD-Text or from online databases.
AudioConverter Studio supports CDDB, which is very handy when your rip Audio CD. CDDB is a free online database of CD albums, artists, tracks, genre information, and it can be accessed through the Internet.