Waver is a WAV/MP3 to WAV/MP3 converter that allows you to easily convert your WAV files
from one codec to another. It also supports
encoding of real MP3 files. You don't even need an MP3 codec
to produce WAV encoded MP3 files. You can easily accomplish it
with Waver. Another thing Waver can do is read MP3 files
and either convert them to WAV or recompress them to MP3.
Basically, Waver can read and write both WAV and MP3 formats.
That is why Waver is a WAV/MP3 to WAV/MP3 converter.
What is so extraordinary about Waver ?
What makes it different is that it allows batch processing using all
available processors on your machine. Do you have a dual Windows
NT or Windows 2000 machine? Do you have 2, 4 or more processors?
Are you tired of having to to manually convert many files at once? It is the
right time to start exploiting Waver.
How easy is it really?
Well, all you have to do is select all the files and directories that you
want to convert as well as the destination format and unleash
it. You can then continue your regular work. Waver
can be told to leave one or all processors responsive and you
won't even notice it is there. It will do the conversion in the background
without interfering with your normal work in other applications. Logging is also
supported so you can inspect if anything went wrong and why.
Go to the screenshots section and take a look at a few
short animated sequences that will give you the idea of what Waver is and how to use it.
What do I have to do to start using Waver?
Just download it from the download section and install it.
Waver is a try before you buy utility.
You are granted a 30-day trial period during which you can evaluate
the program. If you still like it and use it after 30 days you
are prompted to register. Registration
fee is $29.95.