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#195416 19-Apr-2016 17:47
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can anyone reccomend a  good free audio convertor , that allows batch conversion?





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  #1535874 19-Apr-2016 17:51
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something utterly simple, Format Factory.

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  #1535904 19-Apr-2016 18:22
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  #1535962 19-Apr-2016 19:45
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  #1536238 20-Apr-2016 08:43
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Freemake Audio Converter



This is good, but run something like Malwarebytes when installing, it seems to try and install some "unwanted" cling on's which dont seem to appear if Mwalwarebytes is active.

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  #1536248 20-Apr-2016 08:58
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Audacity has everything that you need and more...!


You would batch process files using 'Chains' which is as the name suggests is a chain of commands (eg. normalize followed by ExportMP3) which can be applied to any amount of files you want.


More info. here:

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  #1536252 20-Apr-2016 09:02
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Foobar2000 will convert an entire playlist in one go.



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  #1537113 20-Apr-2016 23:43
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Freemake Audio Converter



This is good, but run something like Malwarebytes when installing, it seems to try and install some "unwanted" cling on's which dont seem to appear if Mwalwarebytes is active.



All Freemake programmes (that I use) try to install Open Candy silently. This triggers MalwareBytes and Avast warnings and quarantines of Open Candy as a PUP.


Once you get rid of Open Candy the Freemake Video converter and audio converter run great, including when converting a list of files. 

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