15 October 2002
Converting sound files now is just as common as, say, retouching your digital photos - even the less experienced users venture to and succeed in doing that. Effortless batch converting to and from the most popular sound formats is what both the expert and novice users would like their computers to be able to perform. With Advanced WMA Workshop you'll be able to do that.
Advanced WMA Workshop is a sound file encoder/decoder that supports the following file formats: MP3, WMA, OGG Vorbis and WAV. The program can batch convert a list of files. It can also rip audio CDs and transfer audio tracks to WMA 8 file format. The tool has a well-built, Windows Explorer-like interface and doesn't require vast amounts of hard disk space for temporary WAV files - it converts files on the fly. It has a built-in ID3v2 tag support and CDDB support.
The program is fast, reliable and not too expensive. Try it today and see that for yourself.