Yes, it is absolutely safe to allow and give us access to your drive. We won't be making any changes to your site and your dfiles will be safe with you.
Click on the drop down arrow and select Dropbox/Google Drive. Select the Google account from where you want to link your drive. Now you can select the files that you want to upload.
Our free online Audio Reverser is one of the safest and most secure free online tools. It has no harmful or unwanted ads. It is absolutely trouble-free and does its job perfectly well. At the same time, it does not save any of the user data.
No, absolutely not. We can assure you that the quality of your soundtrack will not deteriorate at all. Our Audio Reverser tool is designed in such a way that even on reversing the audio, the quality stays the same. There won't be any glitches or static in the audio. This is one of the best features of our online reversing tool.
Using the free Audio Reverser feature is quite simple. You first need to upload the audio file. You can do this by simply selecting the file you want to reverse, from your device. On uploading it, it will take just one or two seconds to process the file. After the processing is complete, our tool will display the entire track on your screen. Then, you can just click on the little "reverse" symbol in the right side of the screen to reverse your soundtrack. You can also cut your track using the cut feature available. Our tool also offers zoom in and out features for more precision during cutting. After you are done making changes according to your needs, all you need to do is download the edited track.
No. Not at all. Reversing the audio track will in no way affect the volume of your audio. However, if you intend to increase the audio, you may use our Volume Booster feature.
To reverse the audio of a track, you first need to upload the audio file. You can do this by simply selecting the file you want to reverse, from your device.
Saving the altered track on your device is very simple. After reversing the audio, or cutting it according to your needs, all you need to do is press the ‘Download’ button. That way your file will be automatically downloaded into your device.
Our free online Audio Reverser comes with two distinct features. It lets you reverse your audio, of course, like the name suggests. At the same time, it also allows you to cut your audio. You can zoom in or zoom out while cutting, for accuracy.
No. Our online Audio Reverser is completely free to use. This tool is easily accessible and free to use for anyone with a phone, tablet, laptop, or pc. We don't charge the users for using this feature.
Our free online audio reversing tool can be used by anybody and everybody. For using this function, you don’t need to have any knowledge of audio engineering at all. It is a website with a very simple to use interface.
Not at all. Our Audio Reverser tool is completely web-based and requires no additional signup or registration. So, no advertisements will pop up if you use this tool.
Our free online Audio Reverser does not save any of the user data. It is absolutely safe to use. Any track that the user might upload to our site for reversing or cutting the audio is deleted from our cloud within a very short span of time.
This depends on the task you want to achieve. Using our Audio Reverser, you can cut the audio or reverse it. In general, it takes just a few seconds to do each of these. So, overall, our Audio Reverser does not take a lot of time to do its work.
No signing up or logging in is required on our website. You can use our online Audio Reverser for free and without any cues for signing up.
No. Reversing the audio won't necessarily affect the file size. But this does depend on the size of the file you are uploading. However, we can guarantee that even if the file size differs slightly, there will be no effect on the quality.
Our free online Audio Reverser supports all the existing audio formats. These include MP3, OPUS, WAV, MMF, AAC, M4A, FLAC, OGG, M4R, AIFF, WMA etc. Also, we return the changed track in the same format as your uploaded track. Another huge plus point of our Audio Reverser is that, since it supports all the audio formats, you can play any audio using our site, even one that you cannot play in your mobile phone.
No. Our Audio Reverser is devised in such a way that the altered file format will be of the same format as that of the uploaded file.
Our site does not save the track you upload. So, if you refresh your browser, you will have to reupload the file to our tool.
Yes. Our free online Audio Reversing feature works on all platforms. You can access it from your mobile phones. Simply choose the audio file that you need to cut, from your phone storage or SD card and keep or remove the part as per your need. Next, just download the file and it will be saved in your phone’s storage.
Yes, our free Audio Reverser tool and all other tools support both Android and iOS platforms.
Yes. Our online Audio Reverser is accepted on all platforms. You can use this free tool on your website from your pc and your laptop as well. It supports both Windows and Mac. All you need to do is choose a track (which has been downloaded to your pc/ laptop) that needs to be worked on and the next process is the same.
Our Audio Reverser feature is completely web-based. Because of that, it provides our users cross-platform support. This means that our tool supports all versions of Windows. In more general terms, it supports all the versions of all Operating Systems.
|Security||100% (No files are sent to server for processing)|
|File size limits||None (No limit on size of files)|
|Usage limits||None (Process as many files as you want)|
|User Information Captured||None (We do not request for user information such as email / phone number)|
|Ads||None (We provide complete ad free experience)|
|Full Name||MPEG-1 Audio Layer III or MPEG-2 Audio Layer III|
|Pros||Accepted extensively by all. Practically all hardware audio players and gadgets support it. Very high rates of compression offered. Can be decoded pretty fast, and in a more sophisticated manner. An ISO standard that is part of the MPEG specifications. Anyone can put their own version together with the available demo sources. The licensing requiremnets are relaxed. It provides support to multichannel files.|
|Cons||Performance and efficiency are lower than current codecs. The maximum bitrate (320kbps) isn't always enough.There are no multichannel implementations available yet. Incompatible with high-definition audio (sampling rates higher than 48kHz). Causes increase in music piracy due to greater availability and ease of use.|
|Basic Information||An MP3 File format is a compressed audio file that uses "Layer 3" audio compression. It was produced by the Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG) (MP3). Audio recordings, podcasts, soundtracks, sermons, audiobooks, lectures, etc are all widely stored as MP3 files.|
|Detailed Information||MPEG released the MP3 format in 1993, after developing it in the early 1990s. It could condense audio to a fraction of the size of other common audio file types at the time (about 1/10 the size of an uncompressed.WAV or.AIF file). So, this format quickly became the standard for storing music and rose above the other existing ones. At that time, computers provided very less storage space. So, the deveopment of the MP3 format was a very critical event. Currently, MP3 is the most used audio file format. The file size of a multimedia file can be greatly decreased with MPEG compression, with minimal detectable loss in quality. This improves the efficiency of file transfers over the Internet. In the 1990s and 2000s, MP3 technology revolutionized the concept of recorded music streaming by allowing people to more simply and quickly download music from the internet.|
|Created by||Moving Picture Experts Group|
|Created In Year||1987|
|Full Name||MPEG-4 Audio File|
|Pros||Although the M4A file is compressed, the quality remains unchanged. The fact that M4A audio files are not protected by Digital Rights Management (DRM) means they can be modified and transmitted more freely.|
|Cons||M4A is a file format that is well-known in Apple's iTunes, iPod, and other devices. However, as compared to MP3 files, M4A audio playback is problematic due to its lack of compatibility with other devices.|
|Basic Information||An M4A file is an MPEG-4 audio file that has been encoded with either the Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) or Apple Lossless Audio Codec (ALAC). It may hold a variety of audio files, including songs, podcasts, and audiobooks.|
|Detailed Information||MPEG-4 is a multimedia container format for audio and video data that is compressed. .MP4 files, which store audio and video data, use this format. The.m4a suffix, which stands for "MPEG-4 Audio," was created since M4A files exclusively carry audio data. This naming change made it easier to tell the difference between MPEG-4 video and MPEG-4 audio-only files. There is a lossy compression option, like with other audio file types, and it is achieved using AAC encoding. The Apple Lossless format allows for lossless compression, which is not achievable with other audio formats.|
|Created In Year||2004|
|Full Name||WAVE Audio File|
|Pros||Almost all Windows applications that support sound can play it. Decoding in a hurry.|
|Cons||The file size is extremely huge.|
|Basic Information||Microsoft created the WAV file format for audio files. It is now referred to be a standard PC audio file format due to its widespread use. WAV is the file extension that identifies a Wave file (.wav). The Wave file format, which is largely used on PCs, has been approved as a legitimate exchange medium for other computer platforms, including Macintosh.|
|Detailed Information||A WAV file is an audio file saved in the WAVE format, which is a common digital audio file format for waveform data storage. WAV files can include audio recordings with a variety of sampling rates and bitrates, although they are most commonly saved in the 44.1 kHz, 16-bit stereo format, which is the standard for CD audio. This lets content creators to easily move audio files between platforms, for example, for processing. This lets content creators to easily move audio files between platforms, for example, for processing. Sounds like effects, music, and voice recordings can be found in them. WAV files can be opened and played by multimedia players such as Windows Media Player, QuickTime, and others. The WAVE format is based on the Resource Interchange File Format (RIFF), which is mostly used to save video and audio files. In the early 1990s, Microsoft and IBM collaborated to create the WAVE format, which became the standard for storing raw, uncompressed audio in Microsoft Windows.|
|Created by||IBM & Microsoft|
|Created In Year||1991|
|Full Name||Opus Audio File|
|Pros||Allows for faster data transmission via several channels. Sound quality tests reveal that it restores the original sound more efficiently at various bitrates and sampling rates. Ensures consistent performance in a variety of situations. A future-oriented structure for numerous telecom services. Adaptive to the sound information type. Can partially compensate for quality losses during transmission, allowing for continuous live data transfer with no interruptions.|
|Cons||Not supported by multiple applications. Opus codec are uncommon.|
|Basic Information||Opus is a new codec produced by a team of experts from the Xiph.Org Foundation (Mozilla Corporation) and Skype Technologies S.A. (Microsoft). It has all of the advantages of MP3 while minimising its flaws. Opus combines the codecs CELT and SILK.|
|Detailed Information||An OPUS file is a lossy audio file created in the Opus format (sometimes known as "Ogg Opus"), which was designed for Internet streaming. It supports varying bit rates from 6 kb/s to 510 kb/s and employs both SILK (used by Skype) and CELT (from Xiph.Org) codecs. Voice over IP (VoIP), video conferencing, and in-game chat all employ the Opus codec. The IETF defined the Opus format, which is widely used. The IETF standardised the Opus format, which is maintained by Xiph.Org. Because the Opus codec is mostly used for streaming, files with the.opus extension are uncommon.|
|Created In Year||2012|
|Full Name||Advanced Audio Coding File|
|Pros||Nowadays, more devices are aware of AAC. Encoded file sizes are less. The goal of standardisation has been met. Sound quality is superior to MP3. The product is widely available. Streaming Bandwidth is Limited. Compatibility with a wide range of devices. A wide range of encoding options are available.|
|Cons||It takes a long time to encode. During the encoding process, the CPU is heavily used. During decoding, the CPU usage is slightly higher. File Organization Has Become More Complicated. Even though it's less, it's still a loser. Hardware Support is limited. Tagging Files Isn't Always Compatible. It Might Be Too Expensive to Encode AAC from Lossless Original Files. MP3 is still considered more "standard" than AAC.|
|Basic Information||For audio coding at medium to high bit rates, AAC (Advanced Audio Coding) is the logical successor to MP3 (ISO/MPEG Audio Layer-3) (ISO/MPEG Audio Layer-3). This compressed audio format is comparable to an MP3 file, however it has a few performance advantages. Higher coding efficiency for both stable and transient signals, a smaller filter bank, and improved handling of frequencies beyond 16 kHz are just a few examples.|
|Detailed Information||Apple iTunes and the iTunes Music Store employ Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) as the default encoding. The AAC algorithm's concept is to use two basic coding schemes to drastically minimise the amount of data required to transmit high-quality digital audio. AAC files have more sample frequencies than MP3 files, as well as up to 48 channels, superior coding and filter bank efficiency, and better transient signal coding accuracy. AAC files, like MP3 files, remove audio frequencies that the human ear cannot process, resulting in smaller, more manageable files. AAC files are substantially less than MP3 files in terms of file space.|
|Created by||Moving Picture Experts Group|
|Created In Year||1997|