SoundConverter: the best (and the simpliest) audio converter for Ubuntu!


Linux PageThis week, in our Linux Page (in Spanish) we have posted a review SoundConverter which is, in our opinion, the best and perhaps the most complete audio converter for Ubuntu. SoundConverter is very simple to install and after few minutes you will be able to freely “play” with your music library. SoundConverter plays: Ogg Vorbis, AAC, MP3, FLAC, WAV, AVI, MPEG, MOV, M4A, AC3, DTS, ALAC, MPC, Shorten, APE and writes: WAV, MP3, FLAC and Ogg Vorbis files. In the SoundConverter website you can also find some useful extra instructions about “how to enable mp3 output“. More in general, please don’t forget to take a look at the Ubuntu Documentation site to learn how to play restricted formats on your Feisty. AddThis

11 thoughts on “SoundConverter: the best (and the simpliest) audio converter for Ubuntu!

  1. marvin ph

    hello
    am marvin in am using ubunto operating system,,
    my problem is i dont have any driver that can support my audio and video program! can you suggest me the correct audio driver that can fitable my operating system! please post.
    mail me @ grail_marvin@yahoo.com
    thank you so much

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  2. BlueGene

    I have installed SoundConverter on my Xubuntu 9.10 & it’s great so far since I need mp3 files for my portable player.

    The only problem I have is that I can’t seem to make it convert Real media?! .rm & .ra

    The application freezes up whenever I choose a file of that format to be added for converting.

    I’m looking this up on the Ubuntu forums but I’ve already done just about everything they suggest there so if anyone could please help reply to this comment!!

    P.S I was made to understand that it is possible to convert Real audio using this, pleas don’t tell me I’m on a wild goose chase lol

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  3. Frank Looper

    I’m an ex-Windows user, and have a number of files in WMA format. They are not copy protected. Is an app available for Ubuntu Linux that will convert them to MP3?

    Thanks!

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