TuneClone Audio Converter for Mac
Convert M4P to MP3, M4A to MP3, AAC to MP3 via virtual CD burning
How to Convert M4A to MP3 on Mac OS X?
Below is step by step guide that show you how to convert iTunes M4A to MP3 on Mac OS X with TuneClone Audio Converter for Mac.
Step 1. Download TuneClone Audio Converter for Mac from http://www.tuneclone.com and run it.
Note: During the startup, a virtual CD burner will be installed, which will be used to convert iTunes music files.
Step 2. Make settings in TuneClone Audio Converter for Mac
Go to top-left "TuneClone -> Preferences..." a window will appear as below:
Step 3. Make settings in iTunes (iTunes 9.0.1)
Create a new playlist and add the songs you are going to convert.
Right click the playlist you just created and choose "Burn Playlist to Disc". Or you can click the "Burn Disc" button at the bottom right corner of iTunes interface.
In the pop-up dialog of "Burn Settings", you can make settings as highlighted below:
Note: You need to tick the "Include CD Text" option to perserve the music metadata such as name, artist, album names.
Step 4. Start to burn
Click the "Burn" button to start burning. After the burning get started, TuneClone will automatically convert the iTunes music to MP3 files. You can open the TuneClone manager screen to check out the burning status.
Tip: You can easily get the output MP3 files on your Mac machine by clicking the "Reveal in Finder" button on the manager screen.
Note: The most important step is to choose the CD burner. Then the software can convert music files automatically. It is especially easy when you want to batch convert lots of files.
For more TuneClone tutorials, please go to http://mac.tuneclone.com/guide.php.
- TuneClone Audio Converter for Mac 2.3.0 was released on Jan 15, 2012!
- TuneClone Audio Converter for Mac 2.2.0 was released on Jun 14, 2011!
- TuneClone Audio Converter for Mac 2.0.0 was released on Jun 2, 2011!
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"I've been waiting a long time to 'free my iTunes' to use on my Walkman mobile phone, and the only way I could do it before was to burn to CD then rip back again. A very lengthy process, which normally ended up full of faults and a lot of wasted disks!! Not any more!!" -- David