Co-developed by Apple Computer in 1988 based on Electronic Arts' Interchange File Format (IFF, widely used on Amiga systems), AIFF is the non-compressed audio format unlike the better-known lossy MP3 format. The audio data in a standard AIFF file is uncompressed pulse-code modulation (PCM). And it is most commonly used on Apple Macintosh computer systems as well as many third-party audio applications. AIFF is not supported by iPod, if you need to, I suggest you convert AIFF to WAV that is compatible with iPod.
If you are in trouble that how to convert AIFF to WAV for iPod, AnyMP4 Audio Converter is the best choice for you. It can also be called the AIFF to WAV Converter. This software can not only help you convert video files to your wanted formats, but also convert various audio files to satisfy you. Besides, it provides some useful editing functions for you to choose. You can free download this AIFF to WAV Converter from our site firstly.
After downloading this program you need to install it to your computer. Here is the main interface of AnyMP4 AIFF to WAV Converter software.
After open this AIFF to WAV Converter, the first step is to click "Add Video" button in the main interface. In the opened dialog, you can select the audio file or folder to add them to this program.
Click "Settings" button at the bottom of the main interface to reach the "Profile Settings" window, where you can set your wanted output format – WAV, and also you can adjust the Video Settings and Audio Settings such as Encoder, Bitrate, Resolution, Aspect Ratio, etc.
With this AIFF to WAV Converter, you can merge more than one audio file into one audio file. You can firstly select the audio files to be merged in the file list, and then click "Merge" button to finish.
After you set all above, the last step is to click "Convert" button to start to convert AIFF to WAV.
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Waveform Audio File Format, more commonly known as WAV due to its filename extension, is an audio format developed by Microsoft. It's in line with the RIFF (Resource Interchange File Format). WAV is compatible with Windows, Macintosh, and Linux operating systems. The standardized WAV has the excellent audio quality with CD, that's why it's very popular among music-lovers. However, WAV records the voice itself, so it occupies large storage of hard drive.