Convert audio files to a wide range of formats and use various encoders, such as Lame MP3, OGG Enc, MusePack, FLAC, TTA, and MPEG-4 Lossless.
- MediaCoder Audio Edition
- License :Freeware
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:Stanley Huang
MediaCoder Audio Edition Description
MediaCoder Audio Edition is a feature-rich software solution designed for audio processing and format conversion. It primarily keeps the advanced user in mind.
The interface of the program may seem cluttered at a first glance, but MediaCoder Audio Edition is actually quite simple to get around. Importing audio tracks into the file list is possible via the file browser, tree view or ‘drag and drop’ functionality. Handling multiple items simultaneously is possible.
Convert audio files to other formats and use various transcoders
The file queue displays the name, size, type, group and status for each item. Inexperienced users can immediately jump to the conversion procedure without making any additional changes, by specifying the output directory and format.
Experienced users are free to tinker with the wide range of configuration options provided by the tool. Thus, you can pick the audio preset or a user-defined option for the bit rate mode, channel mode, quality, container, MPEG version, object type, exhaustive model search, long term prediction, independent stereo coding and adaptive prediction order, just to name a few.
Configure sound settings before and manage items easily
In addition, you can insert audio tracks, URLs and RSS items into the file list, group or ungroup entries, toggle the console window, clear logging details, set a post-task action (e.g. turn off computer, reboot), toggle between the interface simple and normal mode, as well as switch to a different language for the UI.
The audio processing program quickly finishes a conversion task while using a low-to-moderate amount of system resources. It delivers audio tracks with a good sound quality and worked smoothly during our tests. Unfortunately, no recent updates have been made to the app; the interface could had been better organized for beginner users.