Download PDF User Manual of TuneCable Apple Music Converter for Mac
Step 1. Click "Menu > Register" to get the registration window. Or you can directly click "key icon" in the top right to open the registration window.
Step 2. Copy and paste the Email and Code into the registration popup dialog.
Note: The registration info is case-sensitive. And, please do not add a blank at the beginning or the end of the word.
Step 1. Launch TuneCable Apple Music Converter on Mac
Launch TuneCable Apple Music Converter and you will see the main interface shown below.
Step 2. Set Preferences of TuneCable Apple Music Converter
Go to the upper right and then click the "Settings" button on the interface of the program to open the Preferences window. The output formats including MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, or ALAC are available to be chosen from. Also, you can choose the output audio quality (320kbps, 256kbps, 192kbps, 128kbps) and customize the output path. If not, the output audios will be saved under the default folder.
Step 3. Add Audio Files to TuneCable Apple Music Converter
Click the "Add" button and soon all your iTunes folders will be listed in a pop-up window. You can choose the audio files that you want to convert and then click the "OK" button. If you'd like to delete a selected song, please click the "x" icon at the end of the song to remove it from TuneCable.
Step 4. Start Conversion
Click the "Convert" button to start conversion. Once the conversion is done, you can click the "Converted" tab to find the converted MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, or ALAC audio files. You will find ID3 tags preserved in the output audio files.
TuneCable Apple Music Converter for Mac mainly aims at downloading Apple songs, audiobooks, podcasts, and other audio files to Mac locally in common formats. Furthermore, this comprehensive converter extends more handy tools for users to run this program with relish.
Open TuneCable, then navigate to "Tools", and then open "Format Converter". You can click "+Add" to import local audio files or drag and drop them to this format converter directly. It supports converting the local songs to MP3, M4A, FLAC, WAV, AIFF, and OGG formats.
Open TuneCable, then navigate to "Tools", and then hit on "Edit Tag". You can click "+Add" to import local audio files or drag and drop them to this tag editor directly. You can change the artwork, Title, Artist, Album, Genre, Year, and Track Num of each track. Click "Save" to take effect immediately.