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Is there a program that will export audio from an mp4 file into an mp3 file?
It has to be able to do more than one file at a time, or que a large list of files so I can leave it running in the background.

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I don't know of any non-shareware GUI software, but you can install faad (AAC decoder) and lame (MP3 encoder) with Macports (requires XCode) and find a bash script, which would allow you to batch convert them from Terminal.

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it's ok I found a program, not free but it's good. thanks!

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I don't know of any non-shareware GUI software, but you can install faad (AAC decoder) and lame (MP3 encoder) with Macports (requires XCode) and find a bash script, which would allow you to batch convert them from Terminal.
I suppose just using iTunes would be too easy?
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I suppose just using iTunes would be too easy?
Oh yeah, I forgot that iTunes could do that. But it probably doesn't use the LAME encoder, and I'm all about the FOSS!

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In that case how about Max?

It'll convert files in any direction you have the codecs for. You can just drag and drop a batch of them to the conversion window and it will chew through them exporting them using the codec and settings of your choice.
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