When it comes to conversion of video or audio files, there is nothing better than the open-source FFmpeg project. But since FFmpeg provides only command line tools, not everyone is fond of using it for everyday media encoding, extracting, joining, manipulation and conversion tasks. For the everyday Windows users, GUI tools appear to be far more attractive and easier to use. This is why many GUI media converter tools are available for Windows that are based on FFmpeg libraries. Helium Audio Converter is one of such audio conversion tools that makes use of FFmpeg.
Helium Audio Converter has an easy-to-use interface and offers multiple ways to add the source audio files – by selecting them through the browse button, by dragging-n-dropping them on its window, or through the file browser. You can add either individual audio files or folder containing audio files. Once the audio files have been added, you can choose the destination audio file types (output format) such as – MP3, M4A, MP4, WAV, MPC, OGG, WMA, etc. You also have to choose the destination folder where the converted audio files shall be copied. There are also options that allow you to modify some parameters of your audio files like quality, bit rate, channels, sample frequency rate, normalization etc. After this all you have to do is click on the Convert button and it will start the conversion of the audio files.
There are some other options available that can be used to analyze the audio files after the conversion has been completed. The analysis of audio stream from the audio files indicated if the files are corrupt, or have some kind of errors. You can run analysis on all the supported audio files as soon as they are added to the list in Helium Audio Converter.
You can download Helium Audio Converter from http://www.free-codecs.com/download/helium_audio_converter.htm.