When I switched over from my Dell PC to a MacBook Pro a couple years back, I was a bit lost as to what software was available for simple, fast video conversions and transcoding. Luckily, I received a recommendation from our lead developer which I’ve had a lot of success with, HandBrake!
In today’s post I have created a short, easy-to-use tutorial on using Adobe Audition to open, convert and save WAV files in the MP3 format. I won’t be getting super technical, nor will I be exploring any advanced features, although this software is packed with them!
If you are a Chrome for Mac OS user, chances are that you’re working your way through a seemingly never-ending battle with an onslaught of Adobe (Shockwave) Flash updates, many of which have seemed to cause unnecessary slow-downs, crashes and eventually (pardon our scientific terminology) the urge to rip out each and every single hair from your skull.