Audio Converter is probably one of the must have application now a days, because it allows you to convert one audio format into another desirable audio format (songs/music for for your mobile or ipod or Android/iPhone or whatever). There are lot of free softwares available for audio conversion but SoundConverter is the most popular audio converter application for the Gnome based Linux distributions such as Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Fedora etc.
SoundConverter is an easy to use application with all the basic plus cool features you could expect from such application. It supports a lot of formats – in fact it can accept all the input formats that is supported by GStreamer i.e the input format supported by SoundConverter are – MP3, FLAC, WAV, MPEG, ALAC, Ogg, Vorbis, AAC, AVI, DTS, MOD, S3M, XM, APE etc and the most common output formats are MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3), AAC (Advanced Audio Coding), FLAC (Free Audio Lossless Codec), WAV etc.
Important Features of SoundConverter
- it’s simple to use, with an intuitive interface
- it is very fast and uses multithreaded conversion
- it can process a number of files easily, because of its efficient use of processing power of CPU
- Powerful Automated Renaming (also patterns and removal of unwanted/messy characters)
Install SoundConverter in Ubuntu (11.10/12.04/other versions)
sudo apt-get install soundconverter
When the installation is complete, you can drag the input files to the main window and click on Convert Button. You may want to set the type/quality of output audio files under preferences.
Visit official website for information about SoundConverter.