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River Past Audio Converter is River Past's award winning audio converter and extractor.

Convert from almost any audio format to WAV, MP3, WMA, or audio-only AVI. We support a variety of input formats, including the standard WAV, MP3, WMA, AIFF, RealAudio, and the not-so-standard OGG, AIFF, and Unix Audio.

Extract audio from the standard AVI, ASF, WMV, MPEG-1 and MPEG-2, RealMedia, and the not-so-standard QuickTime MOV and MPEG-4.

If the file format exists, we probably support it.

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                 River Past Audio Converter Pro v7.6.3+KeyGen


                              General Information

Type.................: Application
Platform.............: Windows 9x/ME/2000/NT/XP/VISTA
More Info............: http://www.riverpast.com/en/prod/audioconverter/pro/
Compression Format...: RAR

                               Post Information

Posted by............: TheBOSS (The_BOSS@Vituttaa.net)
Posted on............: 2.12.2007

                                 Release Notes
River Past Audio Converter - Pro Edition        

We listen to the customer feedback from previous versions. Those are some of the 
most requested features from a small group of advanced users.

Audio Converter Pro is for people who want more control over the conversion. It 
has all the advantages and features of the standard Audio Converter, with more.

Start and End Time

Many customers ask us why we don't make an "Audio Slice" product. We listened. 
However, we give you River Past Audio Converter Pro with all the features you 
need in a "Slice" product. You can set the start time and end time for your 
conversion, eliminating the need for an audio editing software in a lot of 

Re-multiplex without re-encoding

Often, you just want to change the file type, so your favorite player software 
can play it. Your original file type already contains a encoded audio stream 
which is compatible with your output file type. Why re-encode?

Re-encoding always causes some degrading of quality, no matter how good the 
codec is. Re-multiplex without re-encoding is the best way to keep the original 
quality, and it is superfast.

For example, most DivX files already have the audio encoded with MP3. If you 
want to convert to MP3, we can simply take the MP3 package from the original 
file and write to the output file.

Select Audio Stream

When you convert from MKV or OGM files, you may have noticed that the file 
contains multiple audio streams. Audio Converter only convert the first stream. 
Audio Converter Pro allows you to select the particular stream for the 

River Past Audio Converter - Features

Input Formats

River Past Audio Converter convert audio or extract audio from the following 
file formats:

    * 3G2 - 3GPP2 Mobile Video(*.3g2, *.3gp2, *.3gpp)
    * 3GP - 3GP Mobile Video(*.3g, *.3gp, *.3gpp, *.k3g)
    * AC3 - Dolby Digital AC-3 Audio(*.ac3)
    * AIF - AIFF/AIFC Apple Audio(*.aif, *.aifc, *.ief)
    * APE - Monkey Audio(*.ape)
    * ASF - Advanced Streaming Format(*.asf)
    * AU - UNIX Audio(*.au)
    * AVI - Audio Video Interleaved(*.avi)
    * DIVX - DivX Video(*.divx)
    * DV - Digital Video Cassette(*.dv)
    * DVD - Digital Versatile Disk(*.vob)
    * FLAC - Free Lossless Audio Codec(*.flc)
    * FLV - Flash Video(*.flv)
    * M4A - MPEG-4 Audio(*.m4a, *.mp4)
    * MKV - Matroska Video(*.mkv)
    * MOV - QuickTime Movie(*.mov, *.qt)
    * MP3 - MPEG Layer-3(*.mp3)
    * MPA - MPEG Audio(*.mp2, *.mpa)
    * MPC - Musepack(*.mpc)
    * MPEG-1 - MPEG-1 Video(*.mpg)
    * MPG/MPEG-2 - MPEG-2 Video(*.mpg)
    * MP4/M4V - MPEG-4 Video(*.m4v, *.mp4)
    * OFR - OptimFROG Audio(*.ofr)
    * OGG Vorbis - OGG Vorbis Audio
    * OGM - OGG Media(*.ogm)
    * RA - RealAudio(*.ra)
    * RM - RealMedia(*.rm)
    * SD2 - Sound Designer 2(*.sd2)
    * SHN - Shorten Audio(*.shn)
    * SND - Unix Sound(*.snd)
    * SVCD - Super VCD(*.dat)
    * TTA - The True Audio codec(*.tta)
    * VCD - VideoCD 2.0(*.dat)
    * WAV - Waveform(*.wav)
    * WMA - Windows Media Audio
    * WMV - Windows Media Video(*.wmv)
    * XviD - XviD Video(*.XviD)
    * VOB - DVD Media File(*.vob)
    * AAC - Advanced Audio Coding(*.aac, *.aacp)
    * AMR - Adaptive Multi-Rate(*.amr)
    * EVOB - HD-DVD and BlueRay Enhanced VOB(*.evob)
    * HDTV - High Definition Video(*.tp, *.ts)
    * PVA - Hauppauge Video Recording(*.pva)

Output Formats

River Past Audio Converter supports a wide range of input formats.

Format    Audio Converter    Audio Converter Pro
    AIFF/AIFC Apple Audio    Yes    Yes
    MPEG-4 Audio    booster needed    booster needed
    MPEG Layer-3    Yes    Yes
    MPEG Audio    booster needed    booster needed
    OGG Vorbis Audio    Yes    Yes
    RealAudio    booster needed    booster needed
    Waveform    Yes    Yes
    Windows Media Audio    Yes    Yes
Codec Control

With WAV, MP3, and audio-only AVI output, you have the full control over sample 
rate, channel, resolution (8-bit or 16-bit), and bitrate.

With WMA output, you have the choice of many pre-defined profiles, targeted at 
different usages.

Batch Conversion

River Past Audio Converter is a batch converter. You can add a list of files, 
set the output format, and let it run. A well organized progress dialog will 
predict how long it takes to convert all the files, so you can do something else 
and come back when it finishes. 

                                 Install Notes

Use included keygen to register the app.

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River Past Audio Converter Pro v7.6.3+KeyGen.rar  [6.95 Mb]

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Post by NeHarawa »

never heard of it so will give this a go for sure

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Post by STATiK-04 »

Well in my opinion dbpoweramp is better, but this is pretty good.

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Post by independent »

nice one, thx

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