SoundConverter is a nifty audio file conversion software for Linux Gnome. Here’s how to install the latest version on Ubuntu via PPA:
SoundConverter is a simple and fast Gnome sound converter that supports multithreading. It reads everything that GStreamer can read and writes it to Opus, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, WAV, AAC, and MP3 files.
It can also be used to automatically rename files, create folders according to tags, and extract audio from videos.
The Ubuntu main repository contains software packages, but the package versions are always out of date.
If you want to install the 4.0.0 version with the latest bug fixes and improvements, “Xtradeb packaging” team Keep the packages for Ubuntu 20.04 and Ubuntu 20.10.
1. Add a PPA.
First, open the terminal from the system application launcher or by pressing Ctrl + Alt + T on your keyboard. When the terminal opens, run the following command:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:xtradeb/apps
Enter your user password (without asterisk feedback) when prompted and press Enter to continue.
2. Install or upgrade SoundConverter.
After adding the PPA, you can install the sound converter using the following command:
sudo apt install soundconverter
Alternatively, if you have an older package version, upgrade it via Update Manager (Software Updater).
Once installed, open it from the System Application Launcher. Add audio files or folders and click the gear button to set and convert result folders, formats, qualities and more!
3. (Optional) How to remove SoundConverter:
The PPA also includes many other software packages such as Shutter, GNU Cash, and Avidemux.[ソフトウェアとアップデート]->[その他のソフトウェア]It is recommended to go to and remove it after installation.
If necessary, run a command to remove the sound converter.
sudo apt remove --auto-remove soundconverter