1. Click "Choose Files" button and select your files you would like converted.
2. Click on the “Convert AVR” button to start the conversion.
3. When the status change to “Done” click the “Download AVR” button
What is an AVR Audio File? Audio Visual Research and older Atari ST computer systems utilized files with the AVR extension to store mono or stereo tracks of 8bit and 16bit quality. Although no longer commonly used, these AVR files may still be converted to more common audio formats such as MP3 using various tools available today. Problems opening AVR files may stem from any number of factors. One potential solution is that no program is currently configured on your computer to open these file types; to fix this situation, it's recommended downloading a new version of software capable of managing them - choose from among those grouped below by system platform support and click Change for all to update all the software to its latest compatible version capable of opening AVR files.
Upload a file, click "Convert", and use additional options to quickly modify its contents before downloading the final AVR file after processing has completed.
Our AVR converter works on Windows, Mac OS, Linux, iOS and Android systems alike - our servers automatically process each file without requiring you to install plug-ins or applications!
We guarantee 100% of the privacy and have no access to your files once uploaded/converted, making them inaccessible by anyone and completely protecting them.