Freemake Audio Converter is a new free tool that converts audio files between all key audio formats and prepares music for MP3 players, mobile phones and Apple gadgets. It accepts over 40 audio file formats (MP3, WMA, WAV, FLAC, AAC, M4A, OGG, AMR, AC3, AIFF, M4R) and makes it possible to listen to almost any audio in iPod, Zune, Coby, SanDisk, and many others. The free audio program converts the file to M4A audio format preparing files for Apple devices – iPad, iPhone, iPod. For more convenience, it also exports converted audio files directly to iTunes library. For each of the supported audio formats, Freemake Audio Converter has several pre-defined presets. The powerful users can create a custom preset with the adjustment of bitrate, audio channels and sample rate of the output audio.
Freemake Audio Converter is also capable of extracting audio from video files – 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 the batch mode option. Also, the freeware allows users to join audio files into one and convert it to any of the supported output formats. The audio converter is optimized for netbooks and runs under Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10. It does not have any hidden costs or intrusive advertising.
The interface of the application is simplistic, attractive, clean and intuitive. Audio tracks can be imported into the queue via the file browser only, since the “drag and drop” method is not supported. Batch processing is allowed.
In the list, you can check out the name, source format, duration, settings and size of each track. Once you specify the output extension and destination, you can proceed with the conversion process.
In addition, you can modify audio preferences when it comes to the channels, sample frequency rate and bit rate. Plus, you can use an existing preset or create your own one. On top of that, you can extract audio from video files, rename tracks, set the path to the temporary folder, change the interface language, merge files, and more.
The audio conversion program takes up a pretty high amount of system resources, quickly finishes an encoding job and manages to keep a very good sound quality in the output files. There’s also an online guide with video tutorials that you can check out.
Freemake Audio Converter Features
- Convert audio to MP3, M4A, WMA, WAV, AAC: Convert audio between the formats: MP3, WMA, WAV, FLAC, AAC, M4A, OGG. Convert WMA to MP3, MP3 to M4A, WAV to MP3, MP3 to WMA, FLAC to MP3, AAC to MP3, M4A to MP3, OGG to MP3, etc.
- Free MP3 Converter: Convert any audio to MP3 format for MP3 players: iPod, Zune, Coby, SanDisk Sansa, iRiver, Walkman, Archos, GoGear, etc. Or listen to music on your PC with Free Music Player.
- Convert audio to iPod, iPhone, iPad: Convert audio to M4A format for Apple devices. Get smaller than MP3 audio files for playback on iPod, iPhone, iPad or in iTunes.
- MP3 to iTunes: Send MP3 and M4A files directly to iTunes from the audio converter.
- Join Audio Files: Merge multiple audio files into one with Free Audio Converter from Freemake.
- Export Audio from Video: Get music from video files: DVD, H.264, AVI, MPEG, MP4, MKV, DIVX, MOV, WMV, VOB, 3GP, RM, QT, FLV, etc. Supported video formats.
- 100% Free & Reliable: Freemake Audio Converter is designed without any time or feature limitations, no hidden costs!
Pros and Cons of Freemake Audio Converter
|Support for all popular formats
||The built-in audio player is not available
|Nice interface design, easy to use
|Includes default presets and lets you create new ones
||.NET FRAMEWORK 4.0
||Intel, AMD or compatible processor, 1 GHz
||256 MB or above RAM
||25 MB free hard disc space for installation
||Freemake Audio Converter Software V 126.96.36.199
||English, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, Italian, and more
||Ellora Assets Corp.
Freemake Audio Converter is an excellent tool and easy to use for encoding audio files and we highly recommend it to all users, whether we’re talking about rookies or experienced individuals.