AudialHub update uses QuickTime for AAC conversions

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AudialHub is a utility that allows users to convert audio files to and from many different formats. The utility is made by Techspansion, the same company that makes the popular iSquint and VisualHub video conversion applications.

Among the changes in AudiaHub 1.0.2 is the switch to the QuickTime encoder for AAC conversions; long Apple Lossless and AMR conversions now display a progress bar; .caf files can now be converted; fixed problem where the Channels setting on the Advanced panel was ignored for some Lossless conversions; custom burn speeds now work properly; and a problem was fixed where the output Hz didn't match the selected Hz for some MP3 conversions.

The utility supports AAC, MP3, WMA, AIFF, WAV, Apple Lossless, 3G (cell phones), Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, and Audio and MP3 CDs.

The application costs $18.81 and is available from the company’s Web site.

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