HD Convert allows you to convert audio clips into various file formats, including WAV. The conversion process is straightforward, fast, and secure. Ideal for beginners. When converting, you have a choice between two options: free and premium. The free option contains an audible watermark and the quality is capped below HD, while premium allows you to bring your audio clip to life in WAV form.
However, we must note that the final audio quality of the converted WAV file is dependant on the original uploaded file. For instance, if the audio file you upload (e.g. MP3) is of low quality, we cannot improve this quality. Instead, you would need to save the original file in a different format, or alternatively re-capture the audio clip.
Convert your video to WAV in a few easy steps
Upload source file (no file size limit)
Select audio format: WAV
Select audio quality: from low to high
Adjust audio settings: codec, bitrate, etc.
Enable notifications (push, sound, or email)
Select the FREE or PREMIUM conversion option
Convert audio to WAV
Moreover, when converting your audio file to WAV format, you can change other settings to your liking. These settings include audio quality, volume, cutting clips, and more.
Also, HD Convert is compatible with several devices, such as:
You will find further details on HD Convert premium toward the bottom of this page.
Why convert your video format to WAV?
The WAV file format is older than others, but nonetheless is still widely used. One of the main benefits of this file format is its lossless compression. This means audio files can be reduced in file size for download without sacrificing on quality. Compressing and converting audio formats into WAV is excellent for sending audio files via email or uploading it to the cloud.
Also, WAV files are widely recognized and playable on virtually all devices, including iPhone, tablet, desktop, and laptop.
What are the benefits of using the WAV format?
There are numerous benefits to using a WAV file; however, these include:
As discussed previously, WAV files contain lossless compression. This reduces the overall file size without sacrificing on quality. Also, the WAV file format is highly recognizable, easily accessible from several devices whether that be a tablet, iPhone, or desktop, amongst others.
Alongside excellent compression, WAV files are also super high-quality. For this reason, WAV files are often chosen over MP3 formats when high-quality audio is a must, e.g. documentary or other important video audio.
Are there any downsides?
No matter which audio file format you choose to convert too, you will experience one or two downsides. For example, WAV files, if not compressed will consume a much larger file size than other formats, such as MP3.
However, this is because the quality is higher, so it really is a two-edged sword. With that being said, there is no reason not to compress WAV files as the quality is not affected, instead, the file size is simply reduced.
With a smaller file size, your audio clip can be sent to others via email attachment, pen drive, or uploaded to the cloud, with less file space taken up.
As mentioned beforehand, there are two main options of conversion: free and premium. The free option of HD Convert contains an audible watermark and the quality is capped just below HD.
However, purchasing a premium HD Convert package removes this watermark and unlocks higher-quality audio conversions, such as Ultra HD playback. Also, the conversion process becomes quicker and there is no file size limit, allowing you to convert to your heart’s content.
The most basic package is available for $4.99, granting three audio, video, of image conversions.
Moreover, all files uploaded for conversion are temporarily saved on the HD Convert servers for 24-hours. If for some reason your internet connection is lost, the conversion process can be resumed instantly, saving you time, effort, and energy. Following the short 24-hour period, the files are removed from the HD Convert servers.
Nonetheless, the big question: how do you know if the premium package is for you? If you’re in need of the highest quality audio, perhaps for a professional project for school, college, university, or a documentary, then we recommend trying the premium package, unlocking the advanced options, and removing the watermark. To find out more about HD Convert premium, click here.
Other formats to convert your audio to
Using HD Convert you can not only convert your favorite audio clips to WAV, but you can also convert these to formats such as FLAC, MP3, and OGG. Also, video conversion is available, including file formats such as MP4, AVI, and FLV.
To find out more about the other formats available, click here.
It has never been easier to convert your audio file into WAV format (and others). WAV file format is highly-recognized, high-quality, and contains excellent lossless compression. WAV files are best used for audio clips that require the highest-quality, better quality, and more reliable than standard MP3 format.
Nonetheless, be sure to compress all WAV files, there are little to no downsides and simply reduces file size without sacrificing on audio quality.
Finally, remember the free version of HD Convert is excellent for recreational audible projects, whilst the premium option enhances audio quality, removes the watermark, and allows for a quicker download speed.
HDconvert.com is a cloud-based online video, audio, image, document and AI conversion service with HD quality and unlimited file sizes. Fast and secure conversion in the cloud without the need to install any software.