Windows Media Encoder is an application designed by Microsoft for users who want to edit audio files even if they are pre-recorded or live performances. The utility has a comprehensive set of tools that are more accessible than it seems. A help file can be used for documentation if there is something too complex. However, the main aim of this app is to process audio files and change their parameters in order to improve their quality. A song can be split in multiple channels so it can be better played on a powerful audio device that has multiple channels output.
Data can also be captured with the aid of a precise tool and there is the option to work with CDs and DVDs, too. Music discs can be created in a matter of minutes after all of the songs have been chosen. Metadata can be edited at all times and users can then sort the files based on one of these newly completed fields.