At 10/9/12 05:44 PM, sweet21 wrote:
But fucking MP3 converters suck. Since the internet is virtually divided by file types oh so often something has to change, either programs need to have the feature to import the file as both .wav and MP3, or different files types need to supported on websites.
However the more manageable sounds like the first one.
MP3 converters suck? Well then I'm afraid you're not looking well enough :(.
Audacity can import any WAV file, and export a high quality 320 kbps MP3 file (you have to make sure it's set to export at that bitrate though or else it'll probably export at a low bitrate like 128 kbps). It takes all of a few seconds, and produces an MP3 file that is easier to stream in the audio player, quicker to download, still high-quality, and doesn't eat up bandwidth like free candy.