eac3to 3.27

Command-line program that helps you convert files (e.g. PCM, WAV, AC3, FLAC, VOB) to different formats, remove audio data at the specified runtime and apply a negative or positive delay, while offering support for a GUI version as well
Music can come in numerous formats and quality levels, but when someone wants to take their music on their portable device, they will need to convert it to a popular format that is widely supported. eac3to can process high definition audio and encode it to more common formats.

Command-line support and GUI

eac3to is a command-line software application that also features an intuitive graphical user interface for those who are not used to writing commands.

Simple-to-apply command-line parameters

Despite needing to be run in the Command Prompt window, eac3to will display all its options and settings, thus allowing any user to choose the action they wish to perform.

Simply typing the appropriate command will permit users to remove audio data at the specified runtime, to apply a negative or positive delay, or to automatically shut down the PC after finishing the audio processing.

Advanced features

This application can be used to perform some actions that are not typically recommended as they can damage the source file, but experts might need to resort to them: force the use of a specific encoder or disable the dialog normalization removal.

Supported file formats

eac3to supports a wide range of source formats, also presented within the Command Prompt window: PCM, WAV, AC3, DTS, MP1, MP2, MP3, AAC, FLAC, VOB and MKV, including their HD variants: DTS-HD Hi-Res, DTS-HD Master Audio or TrueHD/AC3.

Exporting mode and GUI version

The files generated by eac3to can be saved as PCM, WAV, AC3, DTS, AAC, FLAC or AGM, and users will need to install the specified third-party codecs for best results.

The GUI version of eac3to offers the same functions, complemented by an intuitive interface that can be operated by novices as well, not only by pros, by selecting the appropriate tab.

Bottom line

All in all, eac3to can help users extract the audio part of their Blu-ray discs or DVDs, while preserving the high-quality of the sound, so as to enjoy it on their portable audio players.

Reviewed by on August 7th, 2014


last updated on:
January 9th, 2013, 8:03 GMT
file size:
4.9 MB
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Mathias Rauen
license type:
Freeware
operating system(s):
Windows All
category:
C: \ Multimedia \ Audio \ Audio CD Rippers & Encoders
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eac3to - From the main window of the software you can add audio files and start converting them to AC3.eac3to - From the Conversion Options 2 tab one can easily change the rate from 44100 to 48000 Hz.eac3to - In this tab users will have the possibility of adding an audio delay in milliseconds.eac3to - From this tab you can set the Channel Order Mode and Custom Channel Order.eac3to - From this window you will be able to interact with the command line interface of the software.
What's New in This Release:
  • fixed: raw processing cut away 16 samples sometimes
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eac3to is a highly efficient software built to decode and encode various audio formats and show information regarding ...

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