Do you have a large music collection ripped using iTunes, or in a format such as FLAC, OGG AIFF, or Apple Lossless, and find that Windows is unable to play them? Batch Music Converter is designed to help you quickly convert your existing music collection into a format that is supported natively under Windows. The conversion is done in three easy steps: Step 1: Select the folder that contains the existing music collection. Step 2: Select the folder that will contain the newly converted music collection. Step 3: Select encoding method and settings, and start the batch conversion. Since Windows 8 would suspend apps in the background, please keep the app in full screen or snapped view mode (i.e., running on the left or right side of the screen) when doing a long conversion. The FREE version allows conversions up to 100 files at a time. In-app purchase is required to remove this limit.
What's new in this version
* Fixed an issue of converting to WAV format for certain file types.
- Supported input format: Apple Lossless, AIFF, FLAC, OGG, WAV, MP3, M4A, WMA.
- Supported output format: AAC enocded M4A, WMA, MP3, WAV.
- Adjustable encoding settings.
- Batch mode for large music collection.
- ID3 tag support.
- Multi-core processor support.
- Start Convert that only converts files that are not playable on Windows (This can be switched off from Advanced Settings).