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Audioro iPod touch Converter is an audio conversion tool. The application accepts pretty much any file as an input file, including XVID, AVI, MKV, MP4, WMV, MP3, WAV, OGG, and WMA. But it will only convert files to two audio formats: MP3 and ACC. The converter apps for video by Red Kawa are called Videora, and the audio converters Audioro. Smart thinking, Red Kawa.
Well, the user interface for the video converters and the audio converters seems to be the same. They both use an HTML-based wizard to guide new users through the conversion profiles. This wizard shows on-screen help and screenshots to help the user. Using it is very easy. There is a power mode, which gives you more control over the settings to be used during conversion, and if you have a bit of knowledge about the process, you are better off using this mode.
The application worked mostly well for me. The first time I tried it, there was an error when it tried to write the output file into the standard directory. I simply changed that to my Desktop and the problem went away. Although the app says that the supported formats are MP3 and AAC, my file was converted to M4A, which is just fine for iPods. The file played well on my iOS device.
- Good format support
- It works well
- An error
- Not a big fan of HTML-based user interfaces