Convert AIF to AAC in 3 steps

Convert AIF to AAC easily within a few seconds using this free and online tool. Our converter has no file size limitations, and conversions are keeping all data from the original audio file. Choose your documents and convert any audio from AIF to AAC.

How to convert AIF to AAC in 3 steps

Our goal was to create a simple but efficient AIF to AAC online converter. That's why we decided to make it so easy to use. All it takes to convert every file is a three-step process.

Upload AIF file

STEP 1

Upload your AIF file in the upload box using a 'drag and drop' method or add a link of a document you want to convert.

Converting AIF to AAC

STEP 2

After uploading an audio file, press the 'Start conversion' button and wait a few moments for conversion to be finished.

Download converted AAC file

STEP 3

The only thing left for you to do is to download all converted AAC audio files to your computer.

AIF Converter

What is a AIF file?

Audio Interchange File Format, known as AIF file, was developed by Apple in 1988. This type of file format is used to store standard CD audio with an uncompressed CD-quality audio similar to a WAV file. It contains two channels of uncompressed stereo audio with 16 bits sample size. AIF is a relatively large file and mostly used in Microsoft Windows. On the other hand, you can easily open every file in AIF format with Apple QuickTime Player, Apple iTunes, and Adobe Audition CS6 in Mac devices. There is one more thing you have to know about this type of file format. There is a possibility that some AIF files are data files rather than documents or media, which means that sometimes they aren't meant to be viewed at all.

AAC Converter

What is a AAC file?

Advanced Audio Coding or AAC file format is an Apple iTunes and iTunes Store default encoding method for music files. It is similar to MP3 format, except it has a better sound quality. This type of file sometimes uses the AAC file extension, but it is wrapped mostly in the M4A file container. It means that they often carry the M4A file extension instead of ACC. Mac users can open AAC files with iTunes, and all Windows fans use VLC, Media Player Classic (MPC-HC), Windows Media Player, MPlayer, Audials One, etc. In case you have a player that doesn't support this type of file, you can always convert it to another format.

AIF to AAC conversion is not quite convenient for you? Never mind, there are plenty of formats for you to choose from.

AIF TO AAC, AIF TO AC3, AIF TO AIFC, AIF TO AIFF, AIF TO AMR, AIF TO AU, AIF TO CAF, AIF TO FLAC, AIF TO M4A, AIF TO M4B, AIF TO MP3, AIF TO OGA, AIF TO SFARK, AIF TO VOC, AIF TO WAV, AIF TO WEBA, AIF TO WMA and AIF TO AIF.

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