AudialHub
AudialHub
1.07

4.5

AudialHub free download for Mac

AudialHub

1.07
10 August 2008

Convert between many different audio file formats.

Overview

AudialHub is designed to chop through the mighty jungle of sound formats, clearing a path for your music, podcasts, lectures, white noise, etc.

Easy as 1-2-3, simple as Do-Re-Mi, AudialHub can convert audio files (and even the audio inside video files!) in as little as three steps:

1: Drag your files into the window.
2: Choose the format you want to convert to.
3: Click start.

You can count "listening to your stuff however you want" as step 4, but that part's fun.

Want more control? No problem. You can have it both ways 'round. AudialHub comes with an extensive set of Advanced controls to tweak the encoding process however you please. Don't stop 'til you get enough.

AudialHub comes from the creators of iSquint and the Eddy-award-winning VisualHub with an all-new Leopard-inspired interface - inviting to newbies, yet powerful enough for experts. Enough to prove it's all for you.

Key Features:

  • Conversion from dozens of audio types to popular formats like AAC, MP3, WMA, AIFF, WAV, Apple Lossless, 3G (cell phones), Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, and even Audio and MP3 CDs!
  • Audio tracks inside video files can also be converted!
  • Common tags (Artist, Album, etc) are automatically passed when applicable.
  • Up to 16 hours of audio can be converted to a single MP3 CD.
  • Easy-to-use Trim capabilities to narrow down short segments of audio.
  • Quick Preview capability to check out compression quality and Trim settings before a full conversion.
  • Dynamic file queue, allowing mid-conversion changes or additions, Pause/Resume, and an "always ready" Assembly Line Mode!
  • Run multiple simultaneous conversions in separate queues with separate settings.
  • Growl notifications, Dock progress indicator, and AppleScripting automation support!
  • Normalization, audio track selection, multiple decoder options, and direct access to add custom low-level command-line settings!
  • Detailed Users Guide and Help Center.

What's new in AudialHub

Version 1.07:
  • AudialHub can now convert multiple files simultaneously! On multi-core machines, this can mean major speed gains.
  • AMR files can now be converted to other formats.
  • A small assortment of other tweaks and fixes.

Requirements for AudialHub

  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • or later

8 AudialHub Reviews

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Tekl
29 October 2008

Most helpful

You can still download the latest version from: http://www.geekmeetsgirl.net/visualhub_tools.php
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Version 1.07
Tekl
29 October 2008
You can still download the latest version from: http://www.geekmeetsgirl.net/visualhub_tools.php
Like (4)
Version 1.07
anomia
31 May 2008
I have used this sparingly, but, already I feel it does not have the ease of use, or options that XLD (XLossless Decoder) has. Given that this is not a free program, I can only say how dissappointing... I'm sure it's development and support will progress, since it has the look of a good software package at the start of it's lifecycle; however, other than some features it has over XLD, I'm not interested in paying for, and adopting it's use just yet. Thanks for supporting mac software! PS Max(free) and Switch are other similar programs; and I'm of the opinion that right now XLD(free) is the best of all of them(it also uses the multi-core capability of a compatible machines!!!).
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Version 1.03
Imre-Fazekas
19 May 2008
Great program, easy-to-use, nice gui. waiting for an audio converting program a long time ago, and now is here from the creators of visualhub. it's a masterpiece, love it very much. :)
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Version 1.02
Xiaopangzi
03 May 2008
Note to all users: Be careful not to scroll down when converting files-at least by clicking in the empty scrollbar space when converting WMA to AAC-as it appears to hang the application. I've tried it with various lists of files, and the moment that you try to scroll, it will immediately halt all progress for as many hours as you wish to wait, regardless of which file is being converted in the list. It doesn't act like a normal hang, though, in the sense of freezing things up, because the application doesn't need to be force-quit, but all progress does halt indefinitely as soon as you attempt to scroll, and then you have to start the process again from the previous successfully converted file just to be safe. You just need to Cancel and Clear All, and then add the files back again. It is definitely not a matter of a corrupted file, as one might expect. Another thing I noticed is that nothing happens at all, sometimes, when converting WAV to Lossless AAC, if the Open Destination Folder box is checked, but conversion will take place if you uncheck that option in the user panel. Anyway, I hope that the company fixes these issues soon, because it's especially hard to resist scrolling. Nevertheless, AudialHub and VisualHub are definitely my choices for media conversion, after having tried all of the other available ones.
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Version 1.0.1
Undeadbydawn
20 April 2008
What advantage, if any, does this have over MAX? Given that I cannot convert even 1 full track with the Trial version it is impossible to get a good comparison without buying. NOT useful at all. I need a compelling reason to buy. Anyone?
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Version 1.0
3 answer(s)
pl-svn
pl-svn
21 April 2008
afaik... Max is the only one wich uses lame for mp3, core audio (not QuickTime!) for aac, latest flac and ogg libraries for flac and ogg and so on. meaning that it uses the best available technology for every file format. so... if you care about sound quality you should use Max ;-) VisualHub is a great app, but AudialHub... ;-P
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Version 1.0.1
Dan33185
Dan33185
18 May 2008
XLD also uses Lame MP3, and it is free.
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Version 1.02
Threedee912
Threedee912
01 June 2008
Max is free too.
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Version 1.03
pl-svn
16 April 2008
Great app but... have you, guys, ever tried Max? (btw: it's freeware ;-)
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Version 1.0
1 answer(s)
Holypoly
Holypoly
16 April 2008
Max is a CD ripper. Sure, it can rip to a plethora of formats, but it only converts from AIFF.
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Version 1.0
worstmark
16 April 2008
If it's as good as VisualHub, I'm sure it's good. Only thing I'd really like to see is support for SHN too, as well as FLAC. As a regular downloader of concerts, SHN is still a format I deal with a lot, and would be nice to have an app that handled both.
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Version 1.0
1 answer(s)
Tyler-Loch
Tyler-Loch
16 April 2008
FLAC is supported both in and out, and Shorten should work as an input format. Check near the end of the Users Guide for the list of supported input formats.
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Version 1.0
Sebehk
16 April 2008
What an outstanding app! Just like its sibling, VisualHub, AudialHub is easy to use yet powerful. I now can convert from any audio type to any audio type; usually much faster than QuickTime Pro (which I have). Anyone with VisualHub already in your possession should get AudialHub now, especially with their special discount for previous owners of VisualHub.
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Version 1.0
2 answer(s)
Undeadbydawn
Undeadbydawn
20 April 2008
that's great, but why should I use this over the free and perfectly functional MAX Beta?
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Version 1.0
Verycarla
Verycarla
22 April 2008
The answer is simple: if Max or XLD can do what you need, then don't buy AudialHub.
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Version 1.0.1
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