Audio conversion refers to the change of one type of audio file to another. People convert audio files for various purposes. Some want to play or upload the audio on different platforms, while others want to store the audio files economically. Whatever it is your intention, the good news is that there are many audio converters out there that can help you convert audio files to a set of other formats. And some good converters also allow you to batch convert audio files at once.
If you happen to have a batch of audio files ready for conversion, read the next part where you can learn a simple way to convert multiple audio files with a powerful audio batch converter. Without further ado, let’s get into details.
WonderFox HD Video Converter Factory Pro is a powerful audio batch converter that makes audio conversion easy for all regardless of their conversion experience. It supports all popular audio formats input and output, including WAV, FLAC, AIFF, APE, MP3, AAC, DTS… Equipped with advanced hardware acceleration, it can bulk convert audio files at a blazing fast speed. Now, I will show you an example of how to batch convert WAV to MP3 with this software below.
Launch HD Video Converter Factory Pro. You should see five modules, namely, Converter, Downloader, Recorder, GIF Maker, and Toolbox. Select Converter. Next, click + Add Files to import all the audio you want to convert into the program. Or you can drag and drop the files into the converter directly.
On the right side of the workspace, click the format image to unfold the output format list. There are five main categories (Video, 4K/HD, Web, Audio, and Device). Go to the Audio tab and choose one audio format, such as MP3, as the output profile.
For skilled users, if you want to resample audio, change bitrate, or alter other parameters, you can open the Parameter settings and change the audio settings as you wish. Then click OK to save the changes
Back to the main interface and click the bottom triangle button to set an output path or leave it as default. Finally, hit Run to start the batch conversion.
In theory, you can convert between any audio format, be it lossless or lossy. It is suggested, however, that you convert from uncompressed lossless files to compressed lossy files (or high-quality audio to lower-quality audio) so that you can get a small-size file with decent audio quality. Converting from lossy format to lossless format is feasible yet not encouraged for such conversion increases only the file size but not the quality (The quality will remain the same or even worse for such cases).
That’s all for now. Hope you’ll find this article helpful. If you have any questions during the conversion process, you can find me on Twitter. I’ll be glad to help. Thanks for reading.