Updated DVDVideoSoft Audio Converter Creates Highest MP3 Quality with One Click

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The new version of Free MP3 Converter by DVDVideoSoft.com enables rapid conversion from mp3 to all popular audio formats and creates superior quality MP3 with the help of alternative MP3 Lame encoder presets, Insane and Extreme.

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MP3 Converter

DVDVideoSoft has launched a new version of MP3 Converter, an audio converter for Windows platforms which brings the fastest MP3 conversion and creates the highest possible MP3 quality.

The superior MP3 quality is created with the help of the updated high quality MP3 presets: “Standard”, “Extreme” and “Insane.” These presets have been defined on the basis of psycho acoustic and noise shaping experiments by The LAME Project and are considered to be the best MP3 encoder presets worldwide.

Moreover, the program allows users to convert MP3 to all currently popular audio formats such as WAV, OGG, FLAC, APE, etc., and from any format to MP3 with minimum efforts: the user just browses input files and chooses the desired format for the output ones, while all the job is done by the program.

At the same time the MP3 converter preserves its everlasting features such as maximum functionality and, what is more important, it is free and fully safe to install and run.

DVDVideoSoft MP3 Converter is available for direct download on the company's website http://www.dvdvideosoft.com.

About DVDVideoSoft:
DVDVideoSoft (http://www.dvdvideosoft.com) is an independent developer of multimedia software programs for video and audio processing. The company was founded in 2006 as an affiliate distributing paid software. Today DVDVideoSoft offers 48 applications which are multifunctional and intuitive to use, writes step-by-step instructions on how to solve different multimedia tasks with the help of its programs and, if necessary, provides free comprehensive support in English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian and Japanese. The amount of everyday visitors to http://www.dvdvideosoft.com is constantly growing and today reaches 400,000.

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