The interface of the program is clean and pretty intuitive. Audio tracks can be imported into the list by using either the file browser, treeview or “drag and drop” method. Batch processing is allowed.
In the queue you can check out the name, source format, location, duration, size, bit rate, sample frequency rate and channel of each track. All you have to do is specify the output destination and file type, in order to proceed with the encoding job.
But you can also change audio and video settings when it comes to the bit rate, channel mode, attributes, quality, sample frequency rate, compression level and others.
Additionally, you can use a search function, add a playlist, rip an audio CD, preview clips in a a built-in audio player, change the interface style and language, enable Digital Audio Converter to overwrite existing files, to copy tags from the source to the target tracks and to turn off the computer after encoding, and others.
The audio conversion software quickly finishes a task while using a small amount of system resources. It supports keyboard shortcuts and delivers a good sound quality in the output audio tracks. There’s also a comprehensive help file with snapshots that you can look into. We havenâ€™t come across any issues during our testing and highly recommend Digital Audio Converter to all users.
* Bugs fixed when converting between M4A or M4B and other files, freezing interface when adding a large number of files
* Minor changes were made in the program’s interface
* Improved overall stability.
OS: Windows All