Projects / Gnac


Gnac is an easy-to-use audio conversion program for the GNOME desktop. It is designed to be powerful but simple. It provides easy audio file conversion between all GStreamer supported audio formats.

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Recent releases

  •  17 May 2012 10:51

    Release Notes: This release supports ASX playlists.

    •  28 Feb 2012 12:08

      Release Notes: This release has been ported from GTK2 to GTK3. New translations: British English, Lithuanian, Polish, and Telugu.

      •  05 May 2011 09:13

        Release Notes: The ability to extract and convert audio from video was added. Other improvements include notifications on the completion of conversion and the migration from GConf to GSettings.

        •  03 Jul 2010 14:47

          Release Notes: This version comes with a new file chooser specially designed to ease the use of file filters. More information, including track peak, track gain, and VBR bitrate, is shown in the properties dialog. The support for libunique, allowing only a single instance of Gnac, has been added. The debug and verbose outputs have been improved and a better handling of GStreamer’s missing plugins installation has been implemented. Finally, many new translations have been added.

          •  06 Aug 2009 17:04

            Release Notes: Custom rename patterns and folder hierarchy. The option to strip special characters in filenames, The ability to copy an existing profile. Improvements in the graphical user interface and the user-friendliness.


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