Freemake Audio Converter

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Freemake Audio Converter
Developer(s) Ellora Assets Corporation
Initial release 29 August 2011 (2011-08-29)
Stable release
1.1.8 / 7 May 2016; 11 months ago (2016-05-07)
Operating system Microsoft Windows
Platform .NET Framework 4[1]
Size 9.6 MB
Available in English, German, French, Russian, Spanish, Japanese, Italian, Danish, Dutch
License Ad-supported software[2]

Freemake Audio Converter is an ad-supported audio conversion utility developed by Ellora Assets Corporation. The program is used to convert across different audio formats, merge audio files, and extract audio from video files. Freemake Audio Converter 1.0.0 does not support CD burning.[3] Since 2016, the program has reached a user base of over 63 million people.[4]


Freemake Audio Converter is an ad-supported app; it can be downloaded, installed and used free of charge but it installs Freemoods browser extension, and changes the default home page and default search engine, unless explicitly asked otherwise.[2]


Freemake Audio Converter accepts over 40 audio file formats such as MP3, WMA, WAV, FLAC, AAC, M4A, OGG, AMR, AC3, AIFF, and M4R. It can convert audio to MP3, WMA, WAV, FLAC, AAC, M4A, and OGG, and can prepare files for playback on various portable media players, such as Zune, Coby, SanDisc, Sansa, iRiver, Walkman, Archos, and GoGear. It can convert audio files into M4A and M4R files for iPad, iPhone, and iPod and automatically adds converted files to the iTunes library.

Freemake Audio Converter features a batch audio conversion mode to convert multiple audio files simultaneously. The program can also combine multiple audio files into a single file.[5] The software includes several ready-made presets for each supported output file format and the ability to create a custom preset with the adjustment of bitrate, audio channels, and sample rate.[6]

The program is capable of extracting the audio soundtrack from different video formats, such as DVD, MP4, AVI, MPEG, H.264, MKV, DIVX, MOV, WMV, VOB, 3GP, RM, QT, and FLV.[7]

The user interface of Freemake Audio Converter is based on Windows Presentation Foundation technology.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Need help with Freemake?". Freemake Support. Ellora Assets Corporation. 
  2. ^ a b "Freemake Audio Converter". Softpedia. SoftNews. Retrieved 19 October 2015. 
  3. ^ "Convert audio formats, combine audio files, and extract audio tracks from videos with Freemake Audio Converter". Freewaregenius. 30 August 2011. 
  4. ^ History of MP3 – The Past and the Now
  5. ^ Peers, Nick (29 August 2011). "Achieve format freedom with Freemake Audio Converter". Betanews. 
  6. ^ "Freemake Audio Converter". Softpedia. 6 September 2011. 
  7. ^ Javaid, Usman (6 September 2011). "Freemake Audio Converter Extracts Audio From Video, Exports To iTunes". Addictivetips. 

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