20 January 2002
Concerned about the size of your extensive MP3 collection? There are a few ways to deal with gigabytes of sound files on your hard drive. First, you could buy another hard drive; second, you could buy or borrow a CD Writer and put all the sound files on CDs, either conventional or those with data; last but not least, you could convert your MP3s into another sound file format that provides same quality yet eats up less space. AudioSlimmer takes full advantage of the last way.
AudioSlimmer is a tool that lets you convert MP3s or WAVs to Windows Media Audio 8 format. It can also give you a hand if you want to convert MP3s to WAVs or manage your sound collection. It has a built-in ID3 Tag editor - a handy tool you'd have to download separately otherwise.
AudioSlimmer supports multiple file conversions - just select the ones you want to be converted and hit the 'Convert' button. It can also convert parts of files - use a built-in player to specify time interval on the fly. The program is user-friendly and efficient. Try it today and see it for yourself.