How to convert AC3 to MP3



How to convert AC3 to MP3

AC3 (Dolby Audio Coding 3) is a 5.1 format, which means that it
provides five full-bandwidth channels, front left, front right,
center, surround left, and surround right. A low-frequency effect
(LFE) channel is included for the sound needed for special effects.
AC3 was the first coding system designed specifically for multichannel
digital audio. AC3 is the sound format for digital television ( DTV ),
digital versatile discs ( DVD), high definition television ( HDTV ),
and digital cable and satellite transmissions. AC3 supports audio
sampling rate up to 48khz.

If you have ac3 songs on computer (i.e. audio extracted from dvd
movies, MTV, concert as ac3), and you would like to listen to them
anywhere, you will need to change music in ac3 format for your
portable ipod player, mobile phone, windows media player, car/home
hifi. You can use Eufony to play AC3 audio and change ac3 to other
format such as wma, aac, m4a, ogg, wav besides mpeg-1 audio layer 3,
the program supports 5.1-channel ac3 to 2-channel and 48khz to 44.1khz
resampling with high sound quality, or encoding ac3 from 24bit/32bit
4/6-channel High Definition Audio as well.

Follow the steps below to convert AC3 files to MP3.

Converting AC3 to MP3 using Eufony Audio Converter

1. After launch Eufony Audio Converter, In the folders pane, click on
the folder contains AC3 files you want to convert to MP3.
2. In the file list pane, select one or more AC3 files.
3. Right click on the selected AC3 files to bring up the context menu
and select Convert.
4. In the Audio Format Conversion window, select MP3 from the Output-
Format list.
5. If you want to change the output quality, select the Custom radio
button. (optional)
6. If you want to change the destination folder for MP3, click on the
Browse icon button to change. (optional)
7. Click Convert to start converting.

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