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Ease Audio Converter is a comprehensive audio tool whose main purpose is allowing you to convert audio files from one format to another. It supports all the most popular audio formats, including MP3, MP2, WAV, WMA, Ogg, M4A, and more. Besides being an audio converter, this program includes other complementary tools, such as an audio joiner, an audio cutter, and an audio recorder.
Ease Audio Converter allows you to convert several audio files at once in batch mode. The program includes a basic but functional audio player in the bottom side of its main window, which you can use to play back any selected file from your conversion list. Besides, the program supports volume normalization, and it is capable of renaming your output files automatically using their ID3 tag information (both v1 and v2 tags are supported).
The program's extra functions (audio cutter, audio joiner, and audio recorder) run all independently in separate windows. This is a disadvantage when we compare it to other similar programs. Thus, you will need to open two windows to join several audio files together and then convert the resulting file into another format, instead of just performing both operations together in the program's main window.
In general terms, the program's user interface leaves a lot to be desired. It is uncolored, boring, and visually unattractive. Besides, it does not provide you with an easy access to the complementary tools it comes with, or to the "Start" button for that matter. To top it all off, the only way to know that a conversion task is being executed is by checking a small progress bar in the bottom-right corner of the program's main window.
In a nutshell, even though Ease Audio Converter allows you to successfully convert audio files between formats – and provides you with interesting complementary tools – the program's functionality and design are not very good when compared to other similar programs.
- Easy to use
- Includes several complementary tools
- Supports batch conversion
- Includes a basic but functional audio player
- Supports volume normalization
- Supports automatic file renaming
- Awful visual design
- Its complementary tools are not designed to work together