Ovolab has released an update for AAChoo, bringing it to version 1.1. AAChoo is a utility designed for converting MP3 music files to the new AAC audio format. The maintenance update fixes all known bug issues and features song tag preservation. According to Ovolab:
Ovolab(tm) today released version 1.1 of Ovolab AAChoo(tm), its full-featured AAC converter.
Ovolab AAChoo easily converts all your MP3 songs to AAC, the new high-quality compact audio format at the core of MPEG-4.
With a simple drag-and-drop interface and complete control over every encoding parameter, Ovolab AAChoo can rip any audio file or movie soundtrack into MPEG-4 format.
AAC technology offers the best-sounding audio on the Internet and Ovolab AAChoo will allow every music maniac to quickly convert his entire library, keeping song tags and folder hierarchies unaltered, as well as automatically updating the iTunes Music Library.
The new version fixes known bugs and preserves song tags, such as genre, that QuickTime would otherwise discard when converting MP3 files to AAC.
You can find more information about the AAChoo update at the Ovolab Web site. AAChoo is available for US$15.00.