Audio Converter is a powerful converter which can help you convert Apple Music files, audiobooks and M4P music files to MP3, M4A, WAV, or FLAC format. Please refer to the following guide on how to register the program on your Windows PC and how to use the program to convert audio files.
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*Tips: You can only convert the first 3 minutes of each audio with the free trial version. Please buy the full version to unlock its limits.
1. How to Register Audio Converter for Windows?
Launch Audio Converter.
Click the top-right "Menu" button and choose "Register" in the drop-down list, you will get the registration window.
Copy and paste the Email and Code into the registration popup dialog.
The registration info is case sensitive. And, please do not add blank at the beginning or the end of the word.
2. How to Convert Apple Music to MP3/M4A/FLAC/MAV?
Run Audio Converter on Windows
Launch Audio Converter on Windows. You will see the simple and intelligible interface of Audio Converter.
Add Audio Files to Audio Converter
Click the "Add" button, then you will see a pop-up window which will show you all the iTunes folders. You can add Apple Music files, audiobooks, and M4P audio as you want.
Set Preferences of Audio Converter
Click the "Setting" button on the main interface, and then there will be a pop-up window which allows you to set the output path and the output audio format. If you do not change output path, the output audio will save in the default folder.
Output format as MP3, WAV, FLAC or M4A are available when converting Apple Music songs and iTunes M4P music. In addition, you are able to set the output audio quality up to 320 kbps.
When finish customization, click the "Convert" button to start conversion. After the conversion is done, you can find the converted audios by clicking the Converted button.
3. How to Convert Normal Audio to MP3/M4A/AAC/WAV/OGG Format?
Apart from Apple Music songs, iTunes M4P songs and audiobooks, Audio Converter also supports to convert the music to MP3/M4A/AAC/WAV/OGG format. Simply open NoteCable, click "Tools" >> "Format Converter", and then add the music from your computer to convert.
4. How to Burn Apple Music to CD?
NoteCable Audio Converter supports to burn converted music or local music to CD directly. Please open NoteCable, and choose "Tools" >> "Burn CD", a window will pop up to indicate you to add music from your computer, insert CD, and rename the CD's name. All you need is to follow its indications. It only takes several minutes, your songs will be burned to a CD successfully.
5. How to Upload Apple Music to OneDrive/ Google Drive/ Dropbox?
Audio Converter enables you to directly upload the well-converted iTunes music or local music to OneDrive/ Google Drive/ Dropbox for backup. Here are the details steps:
Step 1. Launch Audio Converter for Windows and click "Tools" >> "Upload & Share".
Step 2. Click the "Add" button, then locate the music you need to upload from the popup window and tap "Open".
Step 3. Click the inverted triangle on the bottom-right corner. A pop-up window will appear for you to select the target drive (OneDrive, Google Drive, and Dropbox). Now please tap the "Upload & Share" button.
Step 4. Follow the steps to login your account of OneDrive/ Google Drive/ Dropbox. After that, the program will upload files automatically.
6. How to Edit the Tags of the Music as Needs?
The program retains the original quality of Apple Music songs and iTunes M4P audio, and keeps all ID3 tags after conversion. And you can also edit all the important and useful meta information by clicking "Tools" >> "Edit Tag".
- How to register?
- What can I do if I get the message "Invalid Code"?
- Can this program convert Apple Music files?
- Why the output file is only 3 minutes long?
- What kind of audio formats could be converted?
- Why I can't select the audio file to convert?
- What should I pay attention while using this program?
- Where can I get the converted files?
- How to improve the output audio quality?
- The output files have several short breaks of silence?
- 1 or 2 seconds of a random song adds to the converted audio?
- How to organize the output audio into Artist / Album folders?