Wave to mp3 fulfills, as its name suggests, conversions between two major audio formats. It also allows you to edit song tags and various other audio properties, such as bitrate and channels.
WAV files are known to take up a lot of space, generally more than any other format. In addition, this format is getting less popular by the day; since portable multimedia players nowadays work with other formats, such as MP3 or MP4, owners of WAV collections need adequate software to make their songs compatible with such devices.
Wave to mp3 is such an utility; it can be used to convert your WAV audio files to a much popular and widely used format. The installation process takes very little of your time and requires you to push a few ‘Next’ buttons.
The user interface is standard and simple, which makes the application very intuitive. Usage is not rocket science: you are required to select the input file, and the location of the output one.
Options include enabling fast mode, mono, voice mode, copyright, usage of VBR, fixing of quality, or forcing Byte Swab. In addition, you can edit output file tags (artist, title, album, genre, and year).
If you have doubts about any function, make sure to read the help file. It's short, but straightforward. In matter of CPU and memory resources, these are fairly used.
In conclusion, Wave to mp3 carries out few functions, but its purpose is successfully proved by the output results. This is not an application that provides extended features and its aimed at all the categories in the audience.