AudioMove
Audio
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Description:

AudioMove is a simple, easy to use GUI-based batch audio file copy-and-conversion program.

You just tell it what files to convert, what format to convert them to, and where to put the output files, and it does it. AudioMove has the following features:

Converts from any format that libsndfile can read, to WAV, AIFF, Ogg/Vorbis, or FLAC format
Uses libsamplerate for high-quality sample rate conversion to various sample rates (11.025kHz-192kHz)
Supports 8-bit, 16-bit, 24-bit, 32-bit, and 64-bit input and output sample widths
Specify files to convert using file requester or drag-and-drop
Multithreaded design for faster processing on multiprocessor machines
Pipelined dataflow for efficient resource utilization
Recursively batch-convert entire directory trees in a single step
Conversion-batch sizes may be arbitrarily large (e.g. thousands of files at a time)
Can be controlled from the command line (useful for invoking batch conversions from scripts)
Files can optionally be converted in-place
Stereo and multitrack files can optionally be split into multiple mono files
No installation necessary -- just unzip and run
Qt-based GUI means AudioMove is portable to most major OS's
Open source (GPL); source code is available below
SUSE 10.0, MacOS/X and Windows binaries available below for your convenience.
Last changelog:

8 years ago

v1.20 3/5/2009 - Added support for reading and writing FLAC and OGG file types.
- The Win32 build of AudioMove can now read .cda files directly
from audio CD, thanks to Andy Key's AKRip CD-ripping library.
(used under the terms of the GPL)
- Added an "Add Folder..." button that make it a bit more
intuitive to set up recursive batch conversions.
- Upgraded the included muscle distribution to v4.50.
- Upgraded the included libsamplerate distribution to v0.1.7.
- Upgraded the included libsndfile distribution to v1.0.19.
- Added included distributions for libogg, libvorbis, and libFLAC.
- Added a build-audiomove.sh script to make building AudioMove
more automatic under MacOS/X and Linux. (The Windows build doesn't
have a build script, so you still have to assemble everything
manually. It's probably best just to use the Windows AudioMove.exe
binary instead, and leave that pain to me)
o Update AudioMove code to compile against (and require) Qt4.5.x.
* Fixed a bug where convert-in-place mode would try to replace
unusual filename extensions with their more usual ones, and
in the process create a renamed copy of the input file instead
of overwriting the input file (e.g. converting "file.aif" in-place
would instead output to "file.aiff")

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8 years ago

v1.20 3/5/2009 - Added support for reading and writing FLAC and OGG file types.
- The Win32 build of AudioMove can now read .cda files directly
from audio CD, thanks to Andy Key's AKRip CD-ripping library.
(used under the terms of the GPL)
- Added an "Add Folder..." button that make it a bit more
intuitive to set up recursive batch conversions.
- Upgraded the included muscle distribution to v4.50.
- Upgraded the included libsamplerate distribution to v0.1.7.
- Upgraded the included libsndfile distribution to v1.0.19.
- Added included distributions for libogg, libvorbis, and libFLAC.
- Added a build-audiomove.sh script to make building AudioMove
more automatic under MacOS/X and Linux. (The Windows build doesn't
have a build script, so you still have to assemble everything
manually. It's probably best just to use the Windows AudioMove.exe
binary instead, and leave that pain to me)
o Update AudioMove code to compile against (and require) Qt4.5.x.
* Fixed a bug where convert-in-place mode would try to replace
unusual filename extensions with their more usual ones, and
in the process create a renamed copy of the input file instead
of overwriting the input file (e.g. converting "file.aif" in-place
would instead output to "file.aiff")

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