mp3 to wav converters - avoiding bloatware


Subject: mp3 to wav converters - avoiding bloatware
From: EAM (EAM@sontec.demon.co.uk)
Date: Fri Jul 30 2004 - 04:17:43 EDT


Thanks Tim. I should have mentioned in my hasty first post that avoiding
bloatware, like iTunes, would be desirable.

So, any good converters for Mac that don't copy everything and fill up
the hard drive?

Robert

In message <1091159770.14859.201365093@webmail.messagingengine.com>, Tim
Sutton <timsutton@fastmail.fm> writes
>For PC, you can avoid the iTunes bloat with Winamp, and be able to
>convert any file which is playable, like ogg. In Winamp, switch the
>output device to DiskWriter... just don't forget to switch it back when
>you're done.
>
>--Tim
>
>On Thu, 29 Jul 2004 20:28:58 +0000 (UTC), "Phil Thomson"
><philthom@freeshell.org> said:
>> iTunes runs on all the platforms you mentioned. It converts to and from
>> wave, aiff and mp3.
>>
>> > Can anybody recommend a good, reliable mp3 to wav converter for PC
>> > (WIN2000) and Mac (OS9.2.2 and/or OS 10.2)?
>> >
>> > Many thanks.
>> > Robert Worby
>> >
>>
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-- 
Robert Worby



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