AAC file converter How to convert AAC file?

What is AAC file?

AAC file extension is a container file format created for storing audio files. Advanced Audio Coding is an audio compression codec that was developed as part of the MPEG 2 standard. The .AAC file format is used by iTunes and various multimedia applications to store AAC-encoded audio files, such as those produced using Apple's proprietary QuickTime media player. AAC files are mostly compressed at a sampling rate of 48kHz, but some implementations may use 44 kHz or even 32 kHz sampling rates. The original MPEG 2 standard allows for a maximum bitrate of 640kbps, but the most common implementations record at 320kbps. This type of file can be opened by most modern audio editors and software that supports the AAC extension, such as iTunes or iTunes combined with Quicktime.

AAC Format details

Full Name Advanced Audio Coding Format
Developer N/A
Category Audio Files

Software, that convert AAC files

The easiest way to convert a AAC file is to save it in a different file format using dedicated software. Below you will find a list of software programs that can handle AAC files. Open your AAC file with one of them and save in another file format.

AAC Converters

  • DVD Ripper+Video Converter Ultimate iconDVD Ripper+Video Converter Ultimate
  • TAudioConverter Audio Converter iconTAudioConverter Audio Converter
  • Aimersoft Video Converter iconAimersoft Video Converter
  • Movavi DVD Ripper iconMovavi DVD Ripper
  • iPad Video Converter Factory Pro iconiPad Video Converter Factory Pro
  • WinX Video Converter iconWinX Video Converter
  • 6 AAC converters

AAC conversions