Input files can be imported using the file browser, and afterwards all you have to do is hitting the “Convert” button.
There are some other options you can use with River Past Wave@MP3, too, such as replacing, overwriting, renaming the output file and loading the output track in the defaults media player.
Some limitations of River Past Wave@MP3, besides not supporting batch conversion, are the lack of redo and undo functions and not being able to adjust parameters such as bit rate, channel, volume and sample frequency rate.
River Past Wave@MP3 is not a complex application, but it is perfect for those who need to convert MP3 and WAV files occasionally.
This is a basic application, which only supports the MP3 and WAV formats; its interface is simple and you can only convert one file at a time.