Convert audio files

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pety
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Convert audio files

#1 Post by pety » 23.02.2014, 09:01

First of all Thanks a lot for this great software.

Second: Is it possible for FC to convert audio files like TC UP ?
Like here: http://tcup.pl/fenix/flash/audio_conversion.html
Thanks !

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Re: Convert audio files

#2 Post by joby_toss » 23.02.2014, 12:09

Yes. Use Audioconverter plugin for TC.
Add it to the Archiver WCX plugins:

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Then add the extensions you'd like it to handle (I've just added "amr.aiff.aac.flac.m4a.m4p.mp3.mpc.ogg.ra.raw.tta.vox.wav.wma.wavpack.ape.ofr.spx", no idea if they're all supported).

Select the file you need to convert and hit Alt+F5 (customizable):

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Choose your new format, check your settings using Configure button, then Run.

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Re: Convert audio files

#3 Post by pety » 23.02.2014, 13:20

Thanks for your answer.
Unfortunately it does not load some dll files. But the files are in that specified location.
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Re: Convert audio files

#4 Post by joby_toss » 23.02.2014, 13:42

I also noticed the error, but it still works for me if I hit OK (the settings window opens and you choose the desired output and hit OK again).
Might be a FC bug.

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Re: Convert audio files

#5 Post by pety » 23.02.2014, 14:29

For me doesn't works. The result is an mp3 file corupted. Thanks anyway. In TC UP is interesting the way how it is assigned AIMP Converter.

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Re: Convert audio files

#6 Post by Helioloin » 05.01.2018, 09:38

HI pety! I'm sorry for the late post. I use this mp3 m4r converter to convert audio files. I have not tried to convert such audio format directly you talked about, but this tool can deal with various formats so you can have a try.

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Re: Convert audio files

#7 Post by Forez » 27.02.2018, 21:18

Is this can be set up in such a way, that there will be [always] a list of possible formats under the right click menu? The formats that I will choose?


Currently I am using Free Audio Converter 4dots, which allows to put up to three formats in the shell menu. [But I also had to do some registry hacking in order to make those RCB entries available for various formats that I use, that in theory are not supported by that software but in reality they are]

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