Nintendo DSi mp3/wav (multi-format) converter to m4a (acc) DSi file format with FREE software
Some of you out there probably just bought the Nintendo DSi, only to be slightly annoyed or disappointed with the fact that the Nintendo DSi does not play mp3 or wav file format for music.
What does Nintendo DSi play for music file format if it does not support mp3 or wav?
Answer: m4a (acc) file format --- same file format as your apple iTunes when you are asked to convert to acc format.
So let's cut to the chase for all you intermediate and experienced users.
Here is a FREE mp3 to m4a converter that can convert your music files to play on your Nintendo DSi. *** No strings attached, no trial crap or trickery ***
Click on the link below to download and install.
Click on the link below if you wish to read more about this FREE product.
This software i have tested and played on my Nintendo DSi through my SD slot with no problems.
download and install software
run program (from the icon on your desktop or start menu)
browse your folders and select a mp3 song or mixed DJ set that you want to convert
at the bottom of the program where it says "Convert audio to:" there is a drop down selection, click on it and select "M4A - MPEG-4 Audio (*.m4a)
*** optional *** you can also click on the "settings" button beside the drop down, these settings are your "bit-rate" for sound quality, the higher the number the better the sound quality
just below that is the "Output path", click on the "folder icon" (beside the browse button) and select a folder or an area on your hard-drive where you want to save your .m4a music files
when you are ready, click "Start"
*** note you can add as many songs as you like in one shot to convert. You do not need to do them one at a time ***
Once you are done converting your music files, copy them to your SD memory card and plug it into your Nintendo DSi.
Play your music and enjoy!
(a screenshot version of these instructions will be available in the near future)
Some people are making the mistake that (.acc file format) is the same as (.m4a file format)...............
This is not true. I made that mistake the first time i tried (.acc file format) with the DSi.
Nintendo DSi will ONLY ACCEPT (.m4a file format) --- example: (show me love by steve angello and laidback luke.m4a)
DO NOT SELECT (.acc file format) TO CONVERT -- YOU MUST SELECT (.m4a file format) TO CONVERT OR USE APPLE iTUNES.
ALSO DOWNLOADING MP3 SONGS THAT GET CUTOFF PART WAY THROUGH DOWNLOADING OR BAD ENCODING WILL NOT CONVERT, AS A MATTER OF FACT 95% OF PROGRAMS WILL NOT CONVERT AT THAT POINT UNLESS YOU USE SOFTWARE LIKE SOUNDFORGE TO REBUILD THE WAV INDEX.
THANK-YOU and GOOD LUCK!!!