How to Convert MP3 to MP4R

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The rise in popularity of MP3s are partly due to iPods and other MP3 players. However, the newer iPods and iPhones not only play MP3s, but also MP4s, which is a video format that does not take up very much hard drive space. This is due to the fact MP4s strip away some lines of data to make them easier to compress and fit on a personal video player. Of course, MP4s are the only format that will load easily onto an iPod, so other formats need to be converted.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Follow the link provided in the References section at the bottom of the screen. This leads to to the AVS Video Converter.

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    Click "Download."

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    Click "Save File" when asked if you would like to save the file.

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    Double click the newly downloaded file. It will appear in either a "Downloads" pop-up window or as an icon on the desktop.

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    Click "OK" and then "RUN" when asked if you would like to run the program.

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    Select the desired language and click "OK."

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    Click "Next" when the installation wizard loads.

  8. 8

    Scroll through the license agreement, check "I accept" and click "Next." You will not be allowed to install the program without accepting.

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    Click "Next." when shown the installation destination. To change, click "Browse" and type your desired location. The default settings are recommended.

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    Click "Next" again and then "Install." The installation will begin.

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    Click "Finish" when the installation has completed. AVS Video Converter will launch automatically.

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    Drag the audio files you wish to convert to MP4 into the "Input File" box, click "To MP4" in the toolbar and select "Convert Now!" The file will now convert.

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