In today’s posting we will show our readers just how easy converting WAV to MP3 can be using AudioAcrobat. Just for fun, we’ve also thrown in a couple other methods that have proven to work for ourselves and our members time and time again.
In today’s posting we aim to answer the question asked by most AudioAcrobat subscribers upon their first audio file upload, “Which audio encoding option should I choose when uploading an audio to AudioAcrobat?”, with an in-depth walk through and useful tips and tricks along the way.
Hypothetically speaking — if a company had a large amount of audio content pre-recorded and wanted to make it available to their website visitors, the process could quickly grow to become somewhat complicated.
Where will the files be hosted? How will the public listen? Are my recordings protected?
As one might imagine, a lot of questions come up when tackling a task as large and domineering as setting up large amounts of audio on a website.
In today’s posting, we will take a large amount of that load off of our readers’ shoulders with several quick and easy-to-implement tools found within their AudioAcrobat accounts.