In truth, MPC is in many ways better than MP3. But do not forget that MP3 is much more popular and better supported by hardware and software. It makes no sense to keep your audio collection in the MusePack format. A lossless format, such as FLAC, is much better suited for this. Suppose you are downloading your favorite song in MPC format and are looking for a way to convert it to MP3?
Keep in mind that any lossy conversion of music results in degradation of sound quality. Check if your mobile device supports this format. Perhaps you can install an audio player with MPC support? With desktop computers, everything is much simpler - most players can play MPC files. If you have found a way to play audio in MusePack format, then do not convert it.
Audio Converter Plus is a very advanced software for audio conversion, which leaves behind all the difficulties associated with the preservation of sound quality and the transfer of metadata. Converting from MPC to MP3 is not particularly difficult, since the metadata formats of these files are identical. It allows you to convert MusePack files with excellent music quality, transfer of common tags, covers and lyrics.
You can download converters from our site: https://www.abyssmedia.com/downloads/audioconverter.exe It is important to always have the latest version, as we are constantly improving our software.
Run the downloaded audioconverter.exe file to start the installation process, which is no different from installing other programs. After installation, double-click the new icon and you will see the user interface shown in the screenshot below.
Add MPC audio files or a whole folder with files using the buttons located on the toolbar. If the file folder is already open in Explorer, then simply drag the files onto the converter window.
In the lower right corner of the program you can see the "Output folder" option. Click the Browse button to specify the output path that will be the destination folder for the converted MP3 files. You can simply use the "Convert to folder with original files" option if the output folder is not important.
The converter supports many output audio formats, but since we convert files to MP3, select this codec from the list and click "Encoder Options". It would be best to leave all the settings "Same as the original" - this will allow you to avoid additional losses associated with oversampling and ditering.
Click the orange "Convert" button to start the conversion, then you will see a window displaying the current progress. You can safely minimize the window to the background, when the work is finished, the converter will flash in the taskbar.