Both beginner and advanced users can do this task the easy way if they use r8brain.
One of the main advantages of r8brain is supporting batch conversion, which means you can process multiple files at the same time and finish the job faster. The application is able to scan subfolders, too.
The main features of r8brain are mono and stereo file support; batch processing; handling virtually any input and output sample rate; reading PCM WAV files of bit depths 8, 16, 24, 32 and 64; supporting 32 and 64 bit files that can be in the IEEE floating sample format; writing 8, 16 and 24 bit PCM WAV files and 32 bit IEEE WAV files and featuring a reusable royalty-free converter DLL with explained API.
After loading the input file, r8brain displays parameters such as quality, frequency and bit depth. They all can be changed to preset values. r8brain displays by default the WAV settings which are specific for CDs: 441000 Hz and 16 bits. You can change frequency values from 8000 to 192000 Hz and to choose between several quality settings: very low, low, medium, high and very high.
r8brain is the perfect tool for optimizing WAV files for CD inscription. Anyone can do it, even if they are inexperienced users. The utility is fast and compact and it performs error-free conversion.
r8brain is useful when you need to burn your WAV files to a CD and convert them for instance from 48000 or 96000 to 44100.