The interface of the program is plain and simple to work with. Audio tracks can be imported into the list by using either the file browser, treeview or “drag and drop” method. Batch processing is permitted.
In the queue you can read the name, output format, duration and status of each file. So, all you have to do is establish the output destination and format, in order to proceed with the encoding task.
Furthermore, you can change audio settings when it comes to the sample frequency rate, channel mode, bit rate, permissions, bits per sample and others.
On top of that, you can remove an item from the list or clear the entire queue, enable AbyssMedia Audio Converter Plus to keep the original directory structure and to decode files to the same location as the original ones, include ID3 tags, and others.
The audio processing program runs on a low-to-moderate amount of system resources, has a good response time, includes a brief help file, quickly finishes a task and keeps a good sound quality in the output tracks. We haven’t come across any issues during our tests. Aside from the simplistic interface, we strongly recommend AbyssMedia Audio Converter Plus to all users.