Formerly known as MPEGplus, MPEG+ or MP+, MPC is an open source lossy audio codec, encoders and decoders are available for Microsoft Windows, Linux and Mac OS X, and it is specifically optimized for transparent compression of stereo audio at bitrates of 160-180 kbit/s. The MPC has faster encoding speed and better sound quality than any other lossy compression format. But it has some limitation to play on the Apple devices. If you want, you can convert MPC to AAC supported by Apple device.
AnyMP4 Audio Converter can be also called the MPC to AAC Converter, because it has the ability to convert MPC to AAC with fast speed and better quality. Besides, you can also use this software to edit audio file such that you can trim the original audio length, merge the audio clips together into one file, and adjust the audio settings according to your needs and so on. With this MPC to AAC Converter, you can easily enjoy MPC music on your Apple device such as iPod, iPhone and iPad with your best friends.
The first step is that you should download this MPC to AAC Converter from our official website and then run it on your computer.
Click "Add Video" button in the main interface, you can also add audio files you like to this MPC to AAC Converter, or you can directly drag these audio files in the desktop to this program. Of course, you can choose any one method at your disposal.
You need to select more than one MPC files in the file list at the same time, then click "Merge" button to merge these audio files into one single file to meet your needs.
You can click "Settings" button to open the "Profile Settings" window, then you can modify the Audio Settings such as Encoder, Sample Rate, Channels and Audio Bitrate.
You can click "Convert" button to finish the last step to convert MPC to AAC for playback on Apple device.
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Designed to be the successor of the MP3 format, AAC has greater sound quality and transparency than MP3 at the same bit rate. And it is a standardized, lossy compression and encoding scheme for digital audio. It exploits two primary coding strategies to dramatically reduce the amount of data needed to represent high-quality digital audio. AAC has become the default or standard audio format for YouTube, iPhone, iPod, iPad, iTunes, etc.