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1Click Audio Converter is a free software designed for converting audio files from one format to another according to your wish and saving them to your hard drive. 1Click Audio Converter supports a wealth of audio formats, including MP3, WMA, WAV, M4A, iPhone Ringtone, OGG, AC3, and convert them to MP3, WAV and AC3. Using the program couldn't be easier; you simply select the files they want to convert, choose the output format and destination folder, optionally adjust the bitrate or channel options, and 1Click does the rest. It also has the ability to convert only a portion of an audio, instead of the entire file. This is a very basic editing feature, but it's really helpful because you don't have to download any sound editing software if you want only some parts of the audio
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