All2MP3 for Windows FAQ

All2MP3 for Windows FAQ

I've got a WMV music video and I want to play it on my iPod. What should I do?

If want to watch this music video on iPod, you can convert it to MP4 formats to transfer it to your iPod; if you want to listen to the audio only on iPod, you should convert it to MP3.

How do I change the name of the resulting files?

You cannot change the resulting file’s name until the conversion is finished. Just like you rename all the other files, use F2 or choose Rename on its context menu.

How can I change the tag of my music?

After you input the audio files, you can select any of them and then click “Tags – Edit selected file’s tags” to edit it, then click “Save”. There are also two other options: “Edit custom tags” allows you to edit your own tags and add them to all listed files; “Edit merged file tags” will help you edit tags for the merged file.

While I play some of the converted MP3 music in Flash player, they sound like a chipmunk singing. Why is that?

If you choose to convert your files with bitrate under 128kbps, All2MP3 will let LAME to encode them with a sample rate that Flash Player doesn’t support. So you may need choose higher bitrate to convert them again, or you can use other media players instead of Flash player.