MusConv is an unique tool and service which can help you migrate your playlists between different online music streaming service providers. We support all major online streaming services like Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon Music, Google Music, Amazon Music, Deezer, Tidal, Youtube, Pandora. With MusConv, when you change your music streaming service provider, you can take your old playlists with you!
MusConv is designed to be simple and a user is not riddled with complicated menus and navigation. The user will need to download and install free MusConv application on his / her Windows / Mac / Linux platform machine.
After creation of free user account for MusConv, users can choose the package to suite his / her needs. The user will simply need to select the source of streaming service, choose the tracks and playlists to transfer and then select the destination streaming service. The playlist will be automatically transferred to the destination streaming service provider in some time.
With each session, the user can migrate unlimited number of songs or playlists. Some online music streaming services support the import of playlists with CSV files. We can also create a CSV file of your playlists with MusConv. By exporting your playlists to CSV format you can keep a backup of your playlists. These playlists can also be imported to destination service provider in batches.
Convert file formats
Music files come in many different file formats and some music players support only limited number of formats. You can convert the file format easily with MusConv.
Audio formats supported
In the below table, you can see the audio formats that we support.
|Audio formats supported|
|MKV/MKA||Vorbis, MP2, MP3, LC-AAC, HE-AAC, WMAv1, WMAv2, AC3, eAC3, Opus|
|MP4/M4A||MP2, MP3, LC-AAC, HE-AAC, AC3|
|FLV/F4V||MP3, LC-AAC, HE-AAC|
|PS/TS Stream||MP2, MP3, LC-AAC, HE-AAC, AC3|
Deleting duplicate tracks
Duplication of tracks is a common problem as users creates playlists and they occupy extra space in the memory. During the playlist migration process with MusConv, the users will be displayed duplicate tracks in their old playlists. The user will be able to delete these tracks before the migration, thus helping the user to refine the playlists.