Freemake Audio Converter

Freemake Audio Converter is a free audio software which converts between most audio formats. Freemake Audio Converter handles a wide variety of formats including MP3, WMA, WAV, FLAC, AAC, M4A, OGG, AMR, AC3, AIFF, M4R, DTS, MPC, MP2 and over a dozen of less common audio extensions. Freemake Audio Converter accepts over 40 audio file formats that makes it available to transfer and listen to almost any audio in media players like iPod, Zune, Coby, SanDisc Sansa, iRiver, Walkman, Archos, GoGear and others.

The free audio program converts audio to M4A or M4R formats preparing files for Apple devices - iPad, iPhone, iPod. For more convenience Freemake Audio Converter exports converted audio files directly to iTunes library saving a non-savvy user from a hassle to do it manually.

For each of the supported audio formats Freemake Audio Converter has several pre-defined presets. For more powerful users the program allows to create a custom preset with the adjustment of a bitrate, audio channels and sample rate of an output audio.

The feature set of Freemake Audio Converter includes the capability to extract audio from a video file. A user doesn't need to manually look for an audio track, Freemake Audio Converter detects it automatically and loads for conversion once a video file or video folder is selected. The program extracts audio from DVD, MP4, AVI, MPEG, H.264, MKV, DIVX, MOV, WMV, VOB, 3GP, RM, QT, FLV and over forty other video formats.

For those who would like to convert multiple audio files simultaneously, the audio converter provides an option to convert audio in batches. Also, Freemake Audio Converter allows users to join audio files into one and convert it to any of the supported output formats.

Download: Freemake Audio Converter | 15.5 MB (Freeware)
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With an extremely bloated UI, and no advanced encoding options, this is no replacement for the likes of dBpoweramp, Audacity, Goldwave, and other softwares capable of audio format conversion.

What's an MP3 encoder without LAME and the VBR options? When you can't choose the level of compression on a FLAC, or change the bitrate at all on OGG, it renders itself completely inadequate for anyone considering using such formats. Just supporting formats isn't enough.

If you don't want to buy dBpoweramp, each open source codec has its own conversion utility, usually with a GUI. There's no reason to use this over them.