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[Microsoft Store] FREE Audio Converter (MP3, AAC, WMA, OPUS) - All Formats Media Converter

Audio Converter (MP3, AAC, WMA, OPUS) - All Formats Media Converter

PC App for Free after clicking the 'Get' icon.

Note: Must login to your Microsoft account to obtain.
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Nov 30, 2016
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Do people still need to convert between formats? Must be a niche application these days
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Gangsta101 wrote: Do people still need to convert between formats? Must be a niche application these days
Pretty much, mostly everything plays mostly everything these days.

And most people just stream anyways.

And of course, there's always Handbrake which has always been free and converts everything to everything, pretty much.
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Dec 13, 2019
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fre:ac is harder to use but I think it's probably more powerful and useful than this, + it's free and open source.
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There are many free ones out there and some are even portable. Better yet, no need to "log in" to any account to download and no ads either.

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Gangsta101 wrote: Do people still need to convert between formats? Must be a niche application these days
I rip in FLAC but convert to MP3 to carry music around on my phone so I basically keep the FLAC files as backups.

I use fre:ac.
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oreocereal wrote: fre:ac is harder to use but I think it's probably more powerful and useful than this, + it's free and open source.
Or Audacity.
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smoisan wrote: I rip in FLAC but convert to MP3 to carry music around on my phone so I basically keep the FLAC files as backups.

I use fre:ac.
That's what I've been doing too. I rip to FLAC with EAC and then convert to mp3's with DB power amp.
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thanks .. free is always accepted
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Description

Fastest Audio Converter in the market that supports almost all audio formats: .wav, .m4a, .acc, .mp3, .flac, .aiff, .wma, .ac3, .amr, .ogg, .opus, .alaw, .g722, .ulaw, .aac. and more.

Tutorial: https://queenloftapps.com/audio-convert ... -tutorial/

This converter supports converting and changing resolution, thus providing high quality audio in optimized size.

Simply drag and drop files. Easiest way to convert audio files to any other audio format.

Features:
● Convert any audio format to another by one click.
● Support various audio formats including MP3, AAC, M4A, OGG, AMR (AMR-NB and AMR-WB), OPUS, WAV, FLAC, WMA, etc without any limitation or fees.
● No duration limit.
● Select multiple files and even drag and drop files also
● You can convert multiple files at once.
● You can share the converted music with your friends over the different social media.
● Audio conversion speed is fast for all audios
● Remain best audio quality after converting audio
● Simple, user friendly and eye catching design
● Easy user interface
● Totally free app

Find us:
Web: https://queenloftapps.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/queenloftapps
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/queenloft/
Twitter: @queenloftapps
Email: [email protected]
Tutorial: https://queenloftapps.com/audio-convert ... -tutorial/

Please Note: If you want a specific audio format to be supported, please leave the details, in comments or email us [email protected]. We’ll try to add the support in next release.
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darkstar107 wrote: Or Audacity.
Or foobar..
Theres not much reason to buy(or 'acquire for free, legitimately') closed source software for this kinda stuff. If you do want a super feature rich one though, dBpoweramp has been the standard one for the last 20 years. It'll do extra automation stuff to make ripping a whole bunch of stuff a bit easier. Dunno if its worth the $40 tho. I'v been happy using foobar to down-mix my flacs for the last 5 years.
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Gangsta101 wrote: Do people still need to convert between formats? Must be a niche application these days
Yes
It's not so much about not being able to play...
Wav Source to FLAC with Art + Tags
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1V4N wrote: Description

Email: [email protected]
Tutorial: https://queenloftapps.com/audio-convert ... -tutorial/

Please Note: If you want a specific audio format to be supported, please leave the details, in comments or email us [email protected]. We’ll try to add the support in next release.
Oh my, a hotmail.com email address for support. Lost all credibility here.
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I don't think we need a new thread for every single free apps on Microsoft Store.
get what is cheap, not what you need :lol:
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elcheapoo wrote: Oh my, a hotmail.com email address for support. Lost all credibility here.
What's wrong with hotmail.com? What would be a good email to have for support?
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Dec 1, 2009
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Hyundai cars can only play certain formats from a USB drive. The wife has a 2020 and its the same case sadly.
I am sure other cars have the same problem.
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And Microsoft wants to charge me to be able to play Gopro H265 files..... Plays flawlessly with VLC, but with the default Microsoft player, it wants to charge for HEVC extensions...
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CrackTheDeal wrote: Audio Converter (MP3, AAC, WMA, OPUS) - All Formats Media Converter

PC App for Free after clicking the 'Get' icon.

Note: Must login to your Microsoft account to obtain.
Basically most/all the apps by this company is marked as FREE.
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recordman wrote: What's wrong with hotmail.com? What would be a good email to have for support?
For something that they normally charge $128.99, they should have a professional email domain. It's odd as they have a website and it wouldn't have taken that much more to have their emails attached to said domain.
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elcheapoo wrote: For something that they normally charge $128.99, they should have a professional email domain. It's odd as they have a website and it wouldn't have taken that much more to have their emails attached to said domain.
That makes sense. I didn't realize the regular price.
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