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How to Batch Convert Audio Files?

Introduction

Step 1. Activate Batch Converter

Step 2. Input an Audio Files

Step 3. Add Audio Effects

Step 4. Specify the Output Format and Output Folder

Required Resources

My Sound Editor Free Edition 5.2.1 or later
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Introduction

    The inbuilt Batch Converter tool of My Sound Editor Free Edition makes it easy to increase the performance when you want to apply the same operations to a whole list of files and/or convert multiple audio files. The process brings you the high conversion speed to save you much precious time. It also allows you add audio effects to these audio files while converting them to another formats.

Step 1. Activate Batch Converter

    Launch My Sound Editor Free Edition. Click the "File" tab, then the "Batch Converter" button to activate batch converter.

Activate Batch Converter


Step 2. Input an Audio Files

    Now you can add audio files to the conversion list. You may use "Add File" to add sound files one by one or "Add Folder" directly to input all the sound files in a folder. If you want to delete a file just select it and click "Remove" button.

Input an Audio Files


Step 3. Add Audio Effects

    Click the "Add" button and there is an "Add Command" window including many audio effects such as Amplify, Echo, Reverb and so on. Select one as needed and click "Add". You are allowed to remove the effect and make a setting with the desired effect.

Add Audio Effects


Step 4. Specify the Output Format and Output Folder

    Select the output format and folder. In "Output File Format" you can choose the same file format as loaded or choose a file format from WAV, MP3, OGG and WMA. Format Settings allow you to make a quick preset or specify settings to the audio quality; In "Output Folder" you can choose the same folder as loaded or save it to the folder you want. The program will automatically rename the output files to distinguish it from the original files of the same format. Finally, click "Finish" to start conversion. When the progress is finished, the effect you specified would be applied to each file.

Specify the Output Format and Output Folder

 

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