WAV Converter

A WAV file converter is a software program used to convert audio files from one format to another. The most common formats include WAV, MP3, WMA, OGG, AAC, AC3 and FLAC. With a WAV file converter you can easily save audio from programs and websites into a variety of different formats.

Using these converters can help improve sound quality in certain audio applications, as well as allow for the easy transfer of music files between different devices. Generally speaking, most converters offer an array of conversion settings including bitrate, sample rate, volume control and channel configuration. Additionally, advanced features such as batch processing, metadata editing and ID3 tag support can be found on certain converters.

Avalible WAV converters:

WAV to AAC converter

AAC is an audio file format that stands for Advanced Audio Coding, commonly used to store audio on media players & streaming services.

WAV to AIFF converter

The AIFF file is a multimedia file format used to store audio data for Apple devices.

WAV to FLAC converter

FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec) is a popular, open source format for storing uncompressed, lossless audio.

WAV to M4V converter

M4V is a multimedia file format used to store video and audio content, usually in an iTunes Store.

WAV to MMF converter

A Multimedia File (MMF) is a type of file that stores audio, video, and other data in one container.

WAV to MP3 converter

MP3 is a digital audio file format used for storing and playing music.

WAV to OGG converter

OGG is a free, open container format used for audio, video, and other multimedia components.

WAV to OPUS converter

OPUS is a compressed audio format developed by the Xiph.org Foundation.

WAV to WMA converter

The WMA file is a type of audio file from Windows Media Player, used for music and other audio.

WAV to 3G2 converter

The 3G2 file is a multimedia container format used for 3GPP2 multimedia services.