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GraphicConverter for sounds? - Josh - Dec 8, 2002 03:00 PM

Anyone know of a GraphicConverter type app but that converts sounds?


GraphicConverter for sounds? - OneSadCookie - Dec 8, 2002 03:32 PM

SoundApp?

Dunno if it's been Carbonated yet...


GraphicConverter for sounds? - Joseph Duchesne - Dec 8, 2002 05:07 PM

Maybe SndSampler? Isn't that carbonized?


GraphicConverter for sounds? - Carlos Camacho - Dec 8, 2002 05:08 PM

If you want to pay $$$, BarbaPatch (sp?) is the BEST. SoundApp is also great but Classic only if I recall. Amadeus seems to support many formats as well. What do you want to convert?


GraphicConverter for sounds? - Josh - Dec 8, 2002 09:02 PM

Mostly AIFF->MP3, but some WAV->MP3. I will check out those suggested apps. Thanks.


GraphicConverter for sounds? - jamie - Dec 8, 2002 09:48 PM

for the budget minded, itunes works fine for mp3 conversion, quicktime player can export in a few sound formats too I believe.


GraphicConverter for sounds? - Sawtooth - Dec 8, 2002 10:00 PM

Yeah, iTunes does the job. I think you need to have the pro version of quicktime to save any movies/sounds.


GraphicConverter for sounds? - Skorche - Jan 2, 2003 10:28 PM

you don't need the pro version of quicktime to export.
Use media pipe, It takes a little fiddling to figure out, but it's not complicated.
It's a pipeline builder to convert all sorts of AV into all sorts of other AV:
quicktime, mpeg 1 & 2, aac, ac3, mp3, mp2, mux, demux, ect.

VersionTracker: MediaPipe