ConvertersTotal Image ConverterTotal Audio ConverterTotal Movie ConverterTotal HTML ConverterTotal PDF ConverterTotal PDF Converter OCRTotal Doc ConverterTotal Excel ConverterTotal Mail ConverterTotal CAD ConverterTotal GIS ConverterTotal Outlook ConverterTotal CSV ConverterTotal VectorizeTotal Thunderbird ConverterTotal Outlook Express ConverterTotal Webmail Converter
TIFF and PDF ToolsTiff PagingTiff SplitterTiff CombineTiff TellerPDF SplitterPDF CombinePDF Combine ProTiff Pdf CleanerTotal PDF PrinterTotal PDF to DXF Converter
MultimediaEpisode PlayeriPod AudioBookTotal iPod ConverterTotal Video JoinerCDukeFolderShinePhoto Music
System ToolsTotal Server MonitorTotal Folder MonitorSpace SearcherQuick UnplugTotal Resource Changer
Document processingPrint MaestroTotal CAD PrinterTotal CAD View ServerTotal GIS View ServerExcel Explorer
Are you happy with CoolUtils products? Tell your friends and co-workers about them!
If you have a site in the web feel free to put our text link below from your site.
Total Audio Converter X (extended) is a must-have for anyone dealing with converting audio on web-servers. Audio Converter X has no gui, just the command line that provides high speed and efficient work on web-server. Active X is also available. Total Audio Converter X is unique - it supports most popular formats of audio.
The program supports ID3 Tags and CUE files. It converts audio tracks on the fly. It doesn't need an intermediary WAV file.
High converting speed and batch conversions result in a simple and boredom-free process. Besides all this, Total Audio Converter X will play all files of selected media types for you when everything is done. Try it for free (30 days trial period, no limitations) and find out that it is really worth its money.
dim C Set C=CreateObject("AudioConverter.AudioConverterX") C.Convert "c:\source.WAV", "c:\dest.MP3", "-cMP3" Response.Write C.ErrorMessage set C = nothing
Note that ActiveX is 32-bit only. If you are trying to use activeX under 64-bit internet information server (IIS) activeX will not work. Use command line version instead.
$src="C:\test.ogg"; $dest="C:\test.mp3"; if (file_exists($dest)) unlink($dest); $c= new COM("AudioConverter.AudioConverterX"); $c->convert($src,$dest, "-c mp3"); if (file_exists($dest)) echo "OK"; else echo "fail:".$c->ErrorMessage;
Some of the currently supported file format conversions:
What do you think about this program?
Get all Converters X for
web servers in a bundle for $330 only!
Find the list of programs below.
(you save up to $700)
Vista / Windows 7