Several years ago, I had an mp3 audio device that did not support iTunes m4a program. I spent a substantial amount of time going through my entire iTunes library and manually converting all m4a files to mp3 (thank God I didn’t have as much music as I do now, or the task would have just been impossible).
If only I had had access to TuneClone back then, I could have done the entire library by batch and just let it run on its own. If you ever find yourself in a similar situation, TuneClone is the program for you. Although there are no flashy extra features, TuneClone comes with exactly what you need for the most convenient audio conversion possible. When you convert your files, they retain all their old data(artist/album name etc) and are playable on any format that plays mp3s.
The process is simple: choose your filenames/filepath/bitrate in TuneClone, then go into iTunes and create a playlist with the files you want to convert. Select the playlist and burn it, then choose TuneClone as your disc burner and watch it go.
For those who need to run their audio files in a different setting than iTunes, and especially those who need to convert many files at once, TuneClone is the way to go.
Batch conversion setting
Convenient and time-saving
Duplicate files can be a burden on hard-disk space