Convert mac to mp2 : mac to mp2 converter, mac2mp2 convertor free download online
How to convert mac to mp2:
mac to mp2 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 AAC,
MAC to ALAC,
MAC to M4R,
MAC to FLAC,
MAC to AC3,
MAC to APE,
MAC to M4A,
MAC to M4B,
MAC to MP4,
MAC to MP3,
MAC to OGG,
MAC to SPX,
MAC to AIFF,
MAC to WAV,
MAC to WMA.
MP2 format: MPEG-1 Audio Layer II or MPEG-2 Audio Layer II (MP2, sometimes incorrectly called Musicam or MUSICAM) is a size-compressed, lossy audio compression format defined by ISO/IEC 11172-3 alongside MPEG-1 Audio Layer I and MPEG-1 Audio Layer III (MP3). While MP3 is much more popular for PC and Internet applications, as it required a lower bit rate (and hence smaller file size) than MP2 to achieve reasonable quality, MP2 remains a dominant standard for digital radio and digital television broadcasts. However MP2 has greater error-resilience than MP3, and at higher bit rates (256 kbps and above) is often regarded as sounding better. For these reasons it is widely used in broadcasting, and includes a 384 kbps option not available in MP3. MPEG-1 Audio Layer 2 encoding was derived from the MUSICAM (Masking pattern adapted Universal Subband Integrated Coding And Multiplexing) audio codec, developed by Centre commun d'etudes de television et telecommunications (CCETT), Philips, and the Institut fur Rundfunktechnik (IRT) in 1989 as part of the EUREKA 147 pan-European inter-governmental research and development initiative for the development of a system for the broadcasting of audio and data to fixed, portable or mobile receivers (established in 1987). MP2 files are compressed with MPEG Audio Layer-2 compression to reduce the size. The standard MPEG II audio format supports 32, 44.1, and 48 kHz sampling rates and bitrates from 32 to 320 kbps/sec. One supported feature of the MP2 format is a format called intensity encoded joint stereo. This format allows for two distinct channels of sound like standard stereo, but saves disk space by looking for similarities between the two channels during the encoding process.