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    Whats the best kind of Audio converter to use and how do i use it..... i want to basicly be able to lower bit rate and if i can convert from WMA or others to MP3.... if any one has any help.... it would be greatly appreciated..

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    jripper (in packman) will rip audio

    can't say about wma. Never use it (M$ rubbish)

    ffmpeg - but it's CLI no UI
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    audiokonverter can be found in packman repo

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    i've never used Audio Converter... how does one use it?

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    right-click the file you want to convert,select actions from the menu,then convert & it will give you a list of what it can be converted to,e.g. mp3 m4u,ogg,wma etc. just select the one you want & a window will open & ask you a few questions & give you options on changing bit-rate etc Screenshot

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    As already posted use Audiokonverter - it is a brilliant tool and I would be lost without it.

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    Audioconverter can not convert amr ( mobile phone sounds) to wav.
    Is there a linux solution for this ?

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    Sorry for reviving this old topic but, is there a multithreaded GUI audio converter ?


    On Windows i used to use DBPowerAMP.

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    I'm dumb
    What's multithreaded?
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    There's a small feature-rich converter that works on Linux: Mobile Media Converter
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