Audio conversion perfected, effortlessly convert to mp3, FLAC, Apple lossless and more. dBpoweramp Music Converterâ„¢ has become the standard tool for audio conversions, over 40 million users worldwide trust their converting to dBpoweramp:

  • Rip digitally sound from Audio CDs and store in a multitude of formats, dMC is the Fastest CD Ripper and now AccurateRip Compatible
  • Convert from one format to another, just about every audio type is supported: mp3, mp4, Windows Media Audio (wma), Ogg Vorbis, AAC, Monkeys Audio, FLAC and many others [Codec downloads], whilst preserving ID Tags,
  • Volume Normalize audio files,
  • Windows Explorer Integration - right click Convert To & popup useful information on audio files (such as bitrate, length).
  • ID tag editing [Power Pack Option],
  • Record from LPs or anything [optional Auxiliary Input install],
  • Fully compatible with Windows 95/98/ME NT4/2000, Windows XP and Linux (using Wine).
  • 100% Free (mp3 encoder on trial license), No nags, popups, hidden spyware or bundleware.

What's New:

  • Dropping files or folders onto the control center opens converter / batch converter
  • ANSI characters only in filename - more comprehensive list of preservations when converting accented characters to ansi (cross platform)
  • CoreConverter: Fixed incorrect stamping of dbpoweramp version over encoder fields when encoding to audio info etc
  • CD Ripper & ID Tag Editor: scan album art - option to choose scanner
  • CD Ripper & ID Tag Editor: hides when scanning album art as often the scanner window would show behind window
  • CD Ripper - metadata saved to cache when clicking rip
  • CD Ripper: manual metadata page does not show artist on the track listing if matches the album artist
  • CD Ripper: discogs, able to read disc entries which have no tracks (as classical movement releases)
  • CD Ripper: using gnudb.gnudb.org as freedb replacement, submissions enabled again
  • CD Ripper: track type removed as metadata provider
  • m4a tags: Lyricist no longer written as @aud as nothing uses that
  • m4a fdk new version 2.0.2
  • FLAC added seek table writing
  • Bug Fix: File Naming could change filename characters such as ¿ to 1/2
  • Bug Fix: DSD 512 bug - could not decode to 96KHz
  • Bug Fix: CD Ripper: any encoder or effect relying on gapless details or indexes could previously not function correctly.
  • Bug Fix: CD Ripper: Fixed column widths not being properly remembered (column adjustments were reverted on meta lookup etc)
  • Bug Fix: certain formats when editing id tags, replacing the album art would not replace, instead would leave old album art
  • Bug Fix: CD Ripper gap removal DSP effect working
  • Bug Fix: Batch Converter would clear existing file selections when creating new profiles.
  • Bug Fix: Would not rip straight to Opus

Previous release notes

  • Native compatibility with Apple M1
  • Made possible to enter CD drive offset manually even if it's been configured before.
  • Edit ID Tags: cycling files with arrows preserves the selected field.
  • CD Ripper / Multi Encoder improvements, disabled naming options that make no sense.
  • Attempted workaround for ReplayGain scanning crash.
  • New CAF decoder.
  • Fixed CD Ripper manual meta search on old Mac OS versions.
  • Added icons for effects.
  • Fixed failure to encode FLAC with very large album cover tags.
  • Fixed failure to convert when source files are momentarily locked by another program.
  • Fixed Wave64 tagging bug.