Smart Audio Converter Supported Formats
WAV - Uncompressed audio format designed by Microsoft and IBM. This format became the standard for Windows computers.
WAV - PCM - Pulse code modulation. A method of encoding analog audio signals in digital form.
WAV - ADPCM - Adaptive Differential Pulse Code Modulation. A compression method that describes level differences between sequential samples.
WAV - IMAADPCM
MP3 - The most popular method for compressing music into a very small file while preserving a nearly perfect quality.
MP2 - (MPEG 1 Layer 2) MPEG Layer-2 format. The files have the .MP2 or .MPA extension.
MPEG - Moving Picture Experts Group. A standard for video and audio compression.
OGG Vorbis - Digital audio file format. Developed to compete with MP3.
VOX - Dialogic ADPCM format. An audio format used for telephony.
GSM - Global System for Mobile Communications. An audio format used for human speech.
AC3 - Dolby Digital AC3 (Multichannels). Designed to allow the use of low bit rates while preserving the original sound quality.
MPC - MPEG plus/MusePack. A file format that uses lossy compression. Good at middle to high bit rates.
G.72 - Used for computer telephony.
RAW (A-Law) - CCUIT A-LAW Compressed WAV format. Usually used in telephony.