|Sep 25, 2011, 09:32 PM||#1|
Best AAC -> MP3 converter?
What's the best AAC to MP3 converter besides iTunes? I have a non-ipod device that doesn't like aac files. I know iTunes can convert, but I rather just be able to drag what I want to a folder and then run a job against it, quick and easy, then delete them once transferred. I think when you do it in iTunes it gets unorganized and adds the mp3 version to your library, doubling everything etc.
13" Macbook Pro: Core i5 (2nd Gen) 2.3 GHz, 8GB DDR3 1333 RAM - Samsung 470 128GB SSD
|Sep 27, 2011, 11:24 AM||#2|
You could use Automator to make itunes do just that. Make it a Finder Service then you could right click the file to convert it.
imac 27 qi7 ssd, ipad air 128 VZW, iphone 4S, ATV3, G3 tower with G4/450, Quadra 660av, too many ipods to list
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