Well, This time for iPad users Apple announced Voice Memos with iOS 12 and MacOS Mojave. Also Redesigned in iPhone. We have all been waiting for Voice Memos to come in iPad for years. Besides, this we also have another great news for you. That is, from now you can change the audio quality in Voice Memo. Till iOS 11 we don’t have any option to change the audio quality in Voice Memo, but with iOS 12 you can change the audio quality in Voice Memo.
Voice Memos are the best way to share your emotions with the one who you love compare to text.
Jump to useful tips: Change Audio Quality in Voice Memos App on MacOS Mojave.
How to Change Audio Quality in Voice Memos in iPhone, iPad
Step 1: Go to “Settings”.
Step 2: Find and open “Voice Memos”.
Step 3: Select “Audio Quality” in iPhone and “Audio Compression Quality” in iPad.
Step 4: You will see two options, “AAC (Smaller File Size)” and “Uncompressed (Larger File Size)”.
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Steps for Change Audio Quality in Voice Memos on MacOS Mojave
1. Open Voice Memo app on your Mac.
2. Go to Preferences at top of the Mac Menu, and Find Audio settings.
3. Find the options for Manage recording Audio Quality Files (AAC and Uncompressed).
The AAC is standard Apple Audio quality that always compresses the file and makes it comfortable and small in size, which results in quality loss. Whereas, Uncompressed doesn’t change anything and delivers the same quality of audio quality. Typically, uncompressed files will occupy large storage compare to AAC formatted files.
Most of the users opt to use AAC format which saves a considerable amount of space for them, and yes it gives Apple Music level quality which is good if don’t want the original quality of Voice Memos. For more natural and professional purpose uncompressed is preferable.