AudioMove is a handy GUI-based batch audio file converter/copier program. It can convert various audio file formats to WAV or AIFF format (using libsndfile), and do high-quality sample-rate conversion at the same time (using libsamplerate). It is multi-threaded for maximum throughput, can handle thousands of files per batch, and does recursive directory scans.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio Conversion|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X Windows Windows Windows Unix|
Release Notes: This release adds support for reading and writing FLAC and Ogg file types. The Win32 build can read .cda files directly from audio CDs thanks to the AKRip CD ripping library. An "Add Folder..." button makes it a bit more intuitive to set up recursive batch conversions. This release upgrades the included muscle distribution to 4.50, libsamplerate to 0.1.7, and libsndfile to 1.0.19. Distributions of libogg, libvorbis, and libFLAC are included. There is a build-audiomove.sh script to make building AudioMove more automatic under Mac OS X and Linux. The AudioMove code has been updated to compile against (and require) Qt4.5.x. A bug where convert-in-place mode would try to replace unusual filename extensions with their more usual ones, and in the process create a renamed copy of the input file instead of overwriting the input file (e.g. converting "file.aif" in-place would instead output to "file.aiff") has been fixed.
Release Notes: The codebase has been ported to Qt 4.2.3. The ability to split multitrack files into single-track stems has been added. A "Convert in Place" mode has been added. BEXT chunks in WAV files are now preserved. Support has been added for 64-bit float sample widths. The column layout is now more customizable. All controls now have keyboard shortcuts. Several bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This version adds some nice touches to the file requesters, such as remembering the last 5 files you chose, and user-assignable hot-buttons for quickly getting to commonly used folders. It also updates the included muscle and libsndfile distributions to the latest versions.
Release Notes: This release fixed a problem where .WAV files was produced in big-endian format, which most software doesn't know how to read. The included libsndfile archive was updated to version 1.0.16pre2.
Release Notes: This version fixes a problem that could cause clipping in the output of sample-rate conversions from loud input files to 16-bit output files. It also adds graphical progress bars to the GUI.