How To Convert M4A to WAV Using Movavi Video Converter
Most people have heard of the MP4 video format, or at least are familiar with the fact that it exists. Essentially it is one of the most popular and widely-used video formats, but what you may not realize is that it has a sibling for audio that is known as M4A.
Unfortunately M4A is not nearly as popular as MP4, and as such you may have compatibility issues and be unable to play any M4A audio files that you come across. To get around that you should convert your M4A audio files into a more universal format such as WAV or MP3 using Movavi Video Converter.
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As much as Movavi Video Converter may be designed to convert videos, it can handle audio files just as well. All that you need to do is add the M4A files that you want to convert to the software after you launch it, by clicking on the ‘Add Media’ button then selecting ‘Add Audio’.
To set Movavi Video Converter to convert the audio files that you add from M4A to WAV, open up the tab labelled ‘Audio’ in the bottom section of the interface. Under that tab you should find presets for WAV, alongside a variety of other formats such as MP3, AAC, FLAC, and so on.
Once you’ve selected the format that you want, you can click on the ‘Convert’ button and Movavi Video Converter will quickly switch the format of your M4A audio files and save them in the default folder. It is possible to change that folder beforehand by clicking on the folder icon near the ‘Save to’ field, and selecting a different location.
Keep in mind that although that’s all you need to do to convert M4A to WAV or any other audio format, Movavi Video Converter has a host of other features. As you can see it can convert both video and audio files, and the same goes for images too. In fact you can use it to extract audio tracks, create animated GIFs, grab screenshots, or edit video footage to improve it in several ways.
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Odds are for the most part you’ll want to use Movavi Video Converter to ensure your media files are compatible or even optimized for certain devices or platforms. However from time to time you may find that you need to prepare those files in other ways too – in which case its multipurpose nature will certainly prove useful.
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