Convert mac to aiff : mac to aiff converter, mac2aiff convertor free download.
How to convert mac to aiff:
Audio Transcoder allows you to convert an audio file to another format in three easy steps.
mac to aiff converter, install it and run.
Select the files for conversion.
The first step is to select the files for conversion. Run and use the Folder Explorer to browse to the files you want to convert. Then select the file in the File List, drag it to the Drop Zone and drop it there.
Optionally, the program allows you to edit the audio tags of any selected file in the Drop Zone.
Once the files are selected, the next step is to select the output settings.
Select the output settings.
The second step is to select the output settings. To begin, select the folder to save the output file to and choose the action to be executed if the output file already exists - create a new file, overwrite or skip the existing file.
You can also set the program to delete a source file after conversion and preserve the the original folder structure, when doing batch conversion.
Finally, you should select the output format and audio quality.
Once the output settings are customized, you go to the final step - conversion.
Convert the audio file(s).
To start the conversion, click Convert. A conversion dialog will appear to show the progress of conversion.
During the conversion, you can change the priority of the process or set an automatic event to be executed when the conversion is over. After the conversion has finished, you can find the files in the output folder you specified.
Audio Transcoder supports the following conversions with MAC format files:
MAC to FLAC,
MAC to ALAC,
MAC to M4R,
MAC to APE,
MAC to M4A,
MAC to AAC,
MAC to M4B,
MAC to MP4,
MAC to MP2,
MAC to MP3,
MAC to OGG,
MAC to SPX,
MAC to AC3,
MAC to WAV,
MAC to WMA.
MAC format: Audio Interchange File Format (MAC) is an audio file format standard used for storing sound data for personal computers and other electronic audio devices. The file extension for the standard MAC format is .mac or .aif. For the compressed variants it is supposed to be .aifc, but .mac or .aif are accepted as well by audio applications supporting the format. The format initially created by Apple Computer for storing and transmitting high-quality sampled audio data in 1988 based on Electronic Arts' Interchange File Format (IFF, widely used on Amiga systems) and is most commonly used on Apple Macintosh computer systems. An MAC file contains the raw audio data, channel information (monophonic or stereophonic), bit depth, sample rate, and application-specific data areas. The application-specific data areas let different applications add information to the file header that remains there even if the file is opened andprocessed by another application. For example, a file could retain information about selected regions of the audio data used for recalling zoom levels not used by other applications. The audio data in most MAC files is uncompressed pulse-code modulation (PCM). It supports a variety of bit resolutions, sample rates, and channels of audio. This type of MAC files uses much more disk space than lossy formats like MP3—about 10 MB for one minute of stereo audio at a sample rate of 44.1 kHz and a bit depth of 16 bits. There is also a compressed variant of MAC known as MAC-C or AIFC, with various defined compression codecs. In addition to audio data, MAC can include loop point data and the musical note of a sample, for use by hardware samplers and musical applications. MAC (Audio Interchange File Format) is one of the two most-used audio file formats used in the Apple Macintosh operating system. The other is Sound Designer II (SDII). Most CD writers can accept MAC or SDII files interchangeably when writing a Red Book audio CD. MAC is sometimes referred to as "Apple Interchange File Format."