An MP3 file converter is a computer program used to convert audio files from one format into another. It is commonly used to convert old audio formats (like WAV) into the more modern and widely accepted MP3 format. It is also useful for optimizing or compressing audio files for storage or for streaming and playback on mobile devices.
When converting audio files using a converter program, a user generally has the option to select a target format for the conversion. Depending on the converter software, they may be able to set parameters such as bitrate, audio sample quality, channels, sample rate, etc. All of these settings determine the quality of the converted file. Lower sample rates will usually yield poorer sound quality while higher sampling rates will produce better sound quality.
Avalible MP3 converters:
AAC is an audio file format that stands for Advanced Audio Coding, commonly used to store audio on media players & streaming services.
The AIFF file is a multimedia file format used to store audio data for Apple devices.
FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec) is a popular, open source format for storing uncompressed, lossless audio.
M4V is a multimedia file format used to store video and audio content, usually in an iTunes Store.
A Multimedia File (MMF) is a type of file that stores audio, video, and other data in one container.
OGG is a free, open container format used for audio, video, and other multimedia components.
The WMA file is a type of audio file from Windows Media Player, used for music and other audio.