TunePat Amazon Music Converter
Amazon Music is a well-known streaming music service that restricts users to listening through the Amazon Music app by subscribing on a monthly or yearly basis. Amazon Music offers a music library of over 100 million songs to both Prime and Unlimited subscribers. However, Prime users are limited to on-demand playback and offline downloads within specific playlists. Regardless of the account type, it's important to note that you can only play Amazon Music songs offline within the Amazon Music app and on devices authorized by it. Many software and devices may not be compatible, and when your subscription expires, you will no longer have access to previously downloaded content.
Therefore, to enjoy Amazon Music more freely, we need to convert them to a more widely supported format. MP3 is the most widely used audio format, supported by almost all players. In this article, we will show you how to use the simple yet powerful Amazon Music downloader - TunePat Amazon Music Converter to export Amazon Music playlists as MP3.
TunePat Amazon Music Converter is a simple yet powerful Amazon Music tool designed to help Amazon Music Prime and Unlimited subscribers download Amazon Music and convert it to MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, or ALAC format. With advanced decoding technology, you can achieve conversion speeds of up to 10x for completed Amazon Music files, including ID3 tags and lyric files. The excellent audio quality of the original Amazon Music won't be compromised by the fast conversion process, allowing you to retain its HD or Ultra HD quality.
Key Features of TunePat Amazon Music Converter
TunePat Amazon Music Converter
This program is also user-friendly and suitable for anyone, even if they are not very computer-savvy. All you need to do is select the conversion mode, choose MP3 as the output format, add your Amazon Music to TunePat, and finally, click the "Convert" button to export the Amazon Music tracks to your local computer. The program has versions for both Windows and Mac. Here, we'll use the Windows version as an example. Let's go through the detailed steps:
Step 1 To begin, please select a conversion mode. In App mode, you can opt for a conversion speed of 1X or 5X, while retaining the highest Ultra HD sound quality. For this, you'll need to have the Amazon Music app installed in advance and be logged into your Amazon Music account. On the other hand, Webplayer Mode allows you to log in to your account and choose songs directly within the embedded web player. This mode provides HD sound quality songs at a conversion speed of 10X.
Step 2 Parsing songs differs between these two modes. In App mode, you have the flexibility to drag and drop songs from the Amazon Music app or analyze them by copying and pasting URLs. In contrast, for Webplayer mode, you can open the desired song directly and then simply click "Click to add" to load it.
Once this is done, a popup window will present all available music. You can mark your preferred ones and click the "Add" button.
Step 3 To further customize your experience, access the "Settings" button situated at the lower left of the interface. Here, you can adjust the output format, quality, path, and file name. Additionally, you have the option to sort and download your Amazon Music locally in your preferred manner. These settings will remain active until you modify them for subsequent conversions.
Step 4 The chosen songs will be visible on the Home screen. Initiate the conversion process by clicking the "Convert" button.
Step 5 Following the conversion, you can navigate to the "Converted" section to peruse or play the converted Amazon Music tracks.
Many users have questions about Amazon Music and our TunePat Amazon Music Converter. We have compiled some common questions and answers in the hope that they will be helpful to you.
Q1: Can I enjoy Amazon Music Unlimited with Prime?
Yes. As a Prime member, you can join Amazon Music Unlimited for $9.99/month or $99/year. This will give you additional privileges, such as on-demand playback of any song and the ability to download your favorite playlists.
Q2: What is the difference between Amazon Music Prime and Unlimited?
Please read this article Prime Music vs. Amazon Music Unlimited.
Q3: How does the updated Amazon Music Prime affect me?
Prime members now have access to the complete catalog of 100 million songs. However, there are still some frustrating limitations. Please refer to this page Amazon Music Prime Has Changed? for specific details.
Q4: Can multiple people stream Amazon Music at the same time?
Suppose you require multiple people to enjoy Amazon Music on various devices at the same time. In that case, you must upgrade your account to Family or use TunePat Amazon Music Converter.
Q5: Can I download Amazon Music in MP3 format?
You can download music files purchased from the Digital Music Store. When you select just one song, it will be downloaded as a single .MP3 file. If you select multiple songs, they will be output as a .ZIP file. You can use them in other media players like Windows Media Player after downloading. Unfortunately, content from Amazon Music Prime and Amazon Music Unlimited cannot be saved in MP3 format locally on your computer. If you need this, please use TunePat Amazon Music Converter.
Q6: How can I get HD/Ultra HD quality Amazon Music? Can TunePat Amazon Music Converter support this?
Yes. TunePat Amazon Music Converter is a well-crafted converter. When you have an Unlimited account within the valid subscription period (even during the free trial period), you can choose the App mode and select "Amazon Record" in the Conversion Mode settings. Using the default setting of "Auto" will give you the high-quality Amazon Music you desire.
Q7: Can songs converted with TunePat Amazon Music Converter be used on other devices or software?
The files you obtain through TunePat Amazon Music Converter are valid Amazon audio files. As long as your target device or software is compatible with the chosen output format, you can use them. If needed, you can also save your downloaded Amazon Music playlists to SD cards, USB flash drives, and other locations.
Q8: Can I burn Amazon Music to a CD?
In the Tool module of TunePat Amazon Music Converter (Windows version), there is an option to Burn CD, where you can directly burn Amazon Music to a CD. If you are using a Mac computer, you can use iTunes, which is also very convenient.
In this way, you get Amazon Music playlists in MP3 format, and these lists are saved locally on your computer, and you can edit them. You can import it into various video editing software, use it in DJ software, or transfer it to other devices. If you don't own this fantastic converter yet, don't hesitate to click the button below to start downloading it!
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