Absolute Audio Converter can help you re-encode audio between multiple formats and extract audio from video. The tool has an intuitive wizard-like interface. Therefore, in a series of simple steps you can perform the desired conversions successfully.
As the program can process batches of files, you can start by creating a list of items to convert, which can be previewed with the help of your default media player. Moreover, practically all popular audio and video formats (and even some rare ones) are supported as input. The selection of a target profile is a two-step process designed to minimize the user’s efforts. Thus, as a first step, you should select one of the supported output audio formats, such as WAV, MP3, WMA, OGG, AAC, M4A, FLAC and MP2. After that, you need to pick a preset matching the previously selected format. Some of these presets are adequately described by the names of their supporting devices; therefore, you will not need to worry about compatibility issues. Unfortunately, these presets cannot be customized and the chosen profile will be applied to all the files on the conversion list.
In general, the main advantage of Absolute Audio Converter is its usability and support of multiple formats. Unfortunately, it lacks all of the editing features available in many other similar programs.