SonicStage File Conversion Tool
If you are looking for SonicStage File Conversion Tool, you have come to the right place. We explain what SonicStage File Conversion Tool is and point you to the official download.
What is SonicStage File Conversion Tool?
One of Sony’s products, SonicStage File Conversion Tool is a program that lets users convert audio files in ATRAC format (non-DRM protected) that are stored in the computer to MP3 format. What makes this file conversion software unique is that it does convert all ATRAC format audio files altogether in a folder and not per individual file or track. It does not also convert audio files that are installed or bought on the web.
SonicStage File Conversion Tool, also known as MP3 converter, embeds album in SonicStage for fast conversion of a number of audio files. During conversion, ATRAC format audio files are not deleted instantly too. It is the option of the user to delete those files or not once they are converted.
Sony’s MP3 converter tool requires OpenMG Secure Model which has to be installed in the computer. Other than that, this program works for Windows Vista (Home Basic, Home Premium, Business and Ultimate), and Windows XP (Home Edition, Professional, Media Center Edition of 2004 and 2005 versions). Also, operating systems of 64 bit versions are not compatible with this software.
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About file types supported by SonicStage File Conversion Tool
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Last updated: : October 3, 2012