How to Convert RAX Files to MP3 for Free
RAX is the audio file format typically used by the Real Media Player or Rhapsody. The RAX file format is not commonly supported and most portable media devices fail to understand the audio content. To listen to the RAX files on your portable devices, you first need to convert the RAX files to MP3. You can then upload the data file to an MP3 music player or audio program installed on the computer.
Things You'll Need
- RAX to MP3 file converter
Download the RAC to MP3 audio converter from ConvertFiles.org.
Launch the Convert Files RAX to MP3 conversion program.
Click and drag the RAX audio file into the main viewing area of the conversion program.
Click on the file listing once it appears in the window, then click "Convert." A window appears, asking what file format you want to switch it to (MP3) and where you want to save it. Choose the location on the hard drive to save the file to and click "OK." The RAX file converts to the MP3 audio format.
Download the RAC to MP3 MelodyCan audio converter from Convert-any-media.com
Load MelodyCan. Click "Add Files" in the upper left corner of the program window.
Choose the RAX file from the browse menu, then click "OK."
Set the conversion location and set the output format to MP3. Click "Convert" and MelodyCan converts the RAX to MP3.
Download the RAC to MP3 audio converter from DVD-Tool.com.
Open RAX to MP3 converter. The program window loads into the middle of the program screen.
Click and drag the RAX file into the main display window, then click "Convert." The file converts directly to MP3 in the program window. You can access the MP3 audio file by clicking and dragging the new MP3 file out of the program window.