dBpoweramp Music Converter R15.1

dBpowerAMP Music Converter

Audio conversion perfected, effortlessly convert between formats. dBpoweramp Music Converter has become 'the standard' tool for audio conversions, over 20 million users worldwide rely on dBpoweramp:

  • Convert audio files with elegant simplicity. mp3, mp4, m4a (iTunes / iPod), Windows Media Audio (WMA), Ogg Vorbis, AAC, Monkeys Audio, FLAC, Apple Lossless (ALAC) to name a few!
  • Multi CPU Encoding Support,
  • Rip digitally record audio CDs (with CD Ripper),
  • Batch Convert large numbers of files with 1 click,
  • Windows Integration popup info tips, audio properties, columns, edit ID-Tags,
  • DSP Effects such as Volume Normalize, or Graphic EQ [Power Pack Option],
  • Command Line Encoding: invoke the encoder from the command line

Please note that there is an option to install an mp3 encoder with this application. This encoder is not free but has a 30-day trial period.

This download reverts to dBpoweramp Free after 21 days.

What's new in this version:

  • Changed overwrite page so works on non-standard windows (onshow was called twice)
  • Can enter a dynamic naming string of more than 1000 characters
  • Acquire from scanner, works on 64 bit system where does not have 64 bit scanner drivers
  • Batch Converter: auto expands tree item on selection
  • Batch Converter: if started from a location cannot find in network, it is added anyhow
  • Conversion error and info page now accepts escape key to close
  • 64 bit installation will clean parts of the 32 bit install which would cause a conflict if left
  • FLAC ID tags updated to preserve all \r in lyric tag
  • m4a decoder optimized for fast property reading
  • Professional Frequency conversion enabled for all routines
  • Popup info tip no longer shows a negative compression ratio (was previously possible with rounding errors)
  • CD Ripper: artist column always shown, even if not a compilation
  • CD Ripper: submit to AMG and AMG settings page removed as no longer relevant
  • Comments with multi lines, for mp3 are written to a single comment tag (was previously multiple comment tags)
  • m4a decoder update is now compatible with converting audio from video m4a files

Bug Fixes

  • Property handler dll (64 bit) had a msvcrt100.dll dependency which has now been removed
  • mp3 files which were very short (mili seconds) would not decode
  • Batch Converter, if press space to select check in folder, it did not toggle correctly
  • CD Ripper: manual meta review page, if change an item such as artist when in compilation mode, then click the composer to all button the old artist value would appear
  • AIFF was possible for id tagger to corrupt the file
  • ALAC decoder would not work if file was 24 bit and 6 or more channels
  • if set dynamic naming to [origpath]\[origfilename] in music converter then list / rename, the output to filename would be blank
  • id3v2 tag writer would read a written rating of 1 as 0.5 (also 2 was affected)
  • wave-mp3 encoder now more compatible with other applications
  • cd ripper could crash whilst encoding
  • cd ripper >> column menu >> Default Columns works once more
  • Could lockup explorer whilst the edit tag page was shown on 64 bit Windows

Download: dBpoweramp Music Converter R15.1 | 24.6 MB (Shareware)
View: dBpowerAMP Music Converter Website

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The problem with FLAC is most phones don't support them out of the box. Secondly, phones like LG G2 do support but have pathetic 32 GB non expandable storage. MP3 still rules the lot.

Just curious... how much converting of audio is happening these days?

Aside from CD ripping... what formats are you converting to and from?

Boo Berry said,
FLAC to MP3 to use on my iPods/cell phones for example.

Gotcha.

I saw that list of file formats... and I couldn't imagine what people were doing with some those formats.

Thanks!