WannaAudio
WannaAudio
1.1.2

4.3

WannaAudio free download for Mac

WannaAudio

1.1.2
29 May 2011

Extract Lossless audio data from any FLV or MP4 files.

Overview

WannaAudio is easy to use: drop any video files to WannaAudio icon or window, will start extracting audio data automatically.

Supported Video Formats:

  • FLV (containing MP3, AAC, Linear PCM audio)
  • MP4 (containing AAC audio)
Supported audio formats:
  • MP3 data is extracted as *.mp3.
  • AAC data is extracted as *.m4a.
  • Linear PCM data is extracted as *.aif (or *.wav, selectable).

Occasionally, some video files are containing AAC data which can not play on iTunes. But, WannaAudio solve this problem. You do not have to worry about anything!

Please try WannaAudio. Thank you.

Twitter account: @WannaAudio (Most of tweets are in Japanese: sorry!)

What's new in WannaAudio

Version 1.1.2:
  • Fixed the conversion of media type metadata. ('Music Video' to 'Music')

Requirements for WannaAudio

  • Intel 64
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later

1 WannaAudio Reviews

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PorkPieHat
17 January 2011

Most helpful

A week ago I complained to MacUpdate that this developer had surreptitiously rated his own app with 5 stars. He wasn't even savvy enough to know that it would raise red flags to register himself as a new MacUpdate member using his real name (the same as the developer), leaving a 5-star review for his own app (the ONLY review he's ever written) and doing all this on the very same day that he posted WannaAudio on MacUpdate! I quickly received an email from MacUpdate stating that they would handle it, but they would first remove both my alert post and the developer's old post that got him busted. Now, however, both our posts are still gone, but the dev is still posting new versions of his app here! That's disappointing, but standard for MacUpdate's current lame leadership.
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Version 1.1.1
PorkPieHat
17 January 2011
A week ago I complained to MacUpdate that this developer had surreptitiously rated his own app with 5 stars. He wasn't even savvy enough to know that it would raise red flags to register himself as a new MacUpdate member using his real name (the same as the developer), leaving a 5-star review for his own app (the ONLY review he's ever written) and doing all this on the very same day that he posted WannaAudio on MacUpdate! I quickly received an email from MacUpdate stating that they would handle it, but they would first remove both my alert post and the developer's old post that got him busted. Now, however, both our posts are still gone, but the dev is still posting new versions of his app here! That's disappointing, but standard for MacUpdate's current lame leadership.
Like (1)
Version 1.1.1
1 answer(s)
J-Mueller-MacUpdate
J-Mueller-MacUpdate
17 January 2011
Porkpiehat, posting a positive review of your own app once it's enough to get banned or have an app removed from the site. We talked to the dev and asked them not to do this again. They apologized and everything is fine.
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