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    Batch convert .wav to .mp3 - Free Wav to MP3 Converter


    Batch convert .wav to .mp3 - Free Wav to MP3 Converter

    I found this utility while surfing today... its amazing.

    Its a drag and drop .wav to .mp3 batch converter.

    This means you can just drag a .wav file to it and it exports it quickly using the lame encoder.

    http://www.rarewares.org/mp3-lamedrop.php

    Amazing.

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    Batch convert .wav to .mp3 - Free Wav to MP3 Converter

    I found this utility while surfing today... its amazing.

    Its a drag and drop .wav to .mp3 batch converter.

    This means you can just drag a .wav file to it and it exports it quickly using the lame encoder.

    http://www.rarewares.org/mp3-lamedrop.php

    Amazing.

    Nice find. The demo version of Gold Wave will batch convert too.

    digifish

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    Didn't know that...

    thought this one was cool because it was quick as hell, and its drag and drop features.

    tongue

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    try MAX out at...

    http://www.sbooth.org/Max/

    converts most file formats to other formats.

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    For Batch converting you can try to the demo version of FlexiMusic Wave Editor, which makes the process of converting so many formats a breeze by automating all the tasks and giving you the best quality..

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    I am a KDE User. For this purpose i just create a desktop icon, link it to the application lame or oggenc or whatever and after droping any *.wav file to it, it creates the corresponding *.mp3 file on my desktop wink

    .. works also with graphics conversion applications like size reduction etc.

    -Erdie

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    I think that some free programs offer a limited number of functions and slow down conversion. That's why I bought a special program-converter AudioConverter Studio, to avoid headaches. It is quick, the sound is great and I can manipulate my audio files with a minimum effort. But it's only my opinion wink.

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    I love it

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    nice find thanks for sharing!

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    Here's another converter u can use and it can convert to anything enjoy

    http://audio.online-convert.com/

    Check out my own YouTube channel(RC_Swift): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwJFB7r4bcfri4MzEn_REtg
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    Here are some of the best free online wav to mp3 converter tools and apps that you should try for your audio conversion needs akshatblog[dot]com/wav-to-mp3-converter/

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    Happy to help you. you can use http://www.mp3converter.net. I work fine for me.

    i am sonam malik. i am blogger. i am having few websites visit: https://goo.gl/SrNzK9 http://www.largeline.com
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    Hello, I'd like to recommend a powerful audio converter for you if you are looking for an one-stop solution that can convert both DRM-ed and non-DRM audios. It's able to help you remove DRM from Apple Music, Audible audiobooks and iTunes songs with ease. For more details, you can visit the source page here: http://www.tuneskit.com/drm-audio-converter-for-win.html.

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    safe easy way to use of fvdtube to convert youtube to mp3 convert this can better help to convert wav to mp3

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    My trust goes to tubidy.media and mp3 juices free mp3 downloader for free mp3 download and youtube mp3 converter.

    Edward
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    you can go also for planet lagu

    Edward
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    I still find it easier to just type:

    oggenc *.wav

    than to select the files with the mouse and drag and drop. But, to each their own.

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    edwardyeager wrote:
    you can go also for planet lagu

    Edward,

    All three of the sites you promoted (tubidy, mp3juices, and planetlagu) are the same company. What's up with that? Do you work for them?

    Also, none of these sites convert wav to mp3, which was the question. Instead, they are repositories for audio files. Are you trying to say that if someone finds a .wav file on here, they can look it up on one of your sites to downloaded it as mp3?

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    it was given by one of my friend to me he is a disk jockey and use these sites for youtube video download. So I just made a random approach may be I was wrong Shall I remove those posts !! AS i am not promoting anything here rather I have a shop so I ought not to promote anything

    Edward
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    Ah, good thing I asked. My apologies for questioning your motives.

    Some of the posts before yours, such as SonamMalik, are clearly just spam. I didn't report yours as spam, though, because it wasn't clear if you were promoting some specific company on purpose.

    I think you should not delete the posts. Even though they don't answer the question of how to convert wav to mp3, somebody may find your links useful.

    Whatever company it is you linked to (all I can tell us it's in Indonesia) distributes much of the audio from Freesound.org, but converted to mp3 at a selectable bit rate.

    This solves one of the major problems in Freesound: you can't choose which format to download in. It could also save one from having to download a huge .wav when all that is wanted is a low quality mp3.

    Do let your DJ friend know to be careful. Sites like that often spread malware. Even if the site is legit, they rely on their ad network to control their advertisements, and the ad network only takes down an ad after someone has reported it.

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