I received an audio book in M4A format and converted it to MP3 using Goldwave. It was a bit long winded as I had to do it one file at a time but it did work.
I simply opened each file and used the Save As facility in Goldwave, saved each file as MP3 and then deleted the M4A file and repeated the process.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Mark Threadgold" <m.j.threadgold@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, January 09, 2016 9:15 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: [Bulk] M4A to MP3 conversion
Thanks for the idea, but I specifically do not wwant to use iTunes which is
why I asked for a utility recommendation. I have a MacBook dual booted with
macos and win7 and I copy out the m4a files from the MacBook itunes media
folder after they have been downloaded, but I buy the albums using the
iPhone first. Apart from despising iTunes with a passion, I am not competent
enough on the mac to find my way around it for tasks such as this. That's
why I want to do it in windows with a simple conversion utility.
Unfortunately, I've downloaded and tried a couple but they don't want to
workor are simply not intuitive with supernova reader.
Of all the things I have ever lost, the one I miss most is my mind...
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