Download PDF User Manual of iTadal Music Converter for Windows
Step 1. Head over to the top right of TuneCable, then click on the "Menu" icon then choose "Register" in the drop-down list. Another option is to click on the "Registration Key" in the upper right to open the registration window.
Step 2. After receiving your license, to avoid the 'invalid code' error, simply copy and paste the registration Email and Code into the registration popup dialog.
Note: The registration info is case-sensitive. Please do not add a blank at the beginning or the end of the word.
Follow our detailed steps to extract songs, albums, and playlists from Tidal to a local PC.
Step 1. Run Tidal Music Downloader on Windows.
After the installation of the TuneCable Tidal Music Downloader, open this program on your PC. The Tidal Music app will be launched automatically.
Step 2. Add Tracks or Playlists from Tidal to TuneCable.
Two options for you to add to-be-converted songs to TuneCable. You can simply drag and drop songs or playlists you want from Tidal to TuneCable. Or you are supported to copy and paste the link to TuneCable and then click "Parse".
Step 3. Change the Output Parameters of Tidal Songs.
On the main interface of TuneCable, go to the top right and click the "Settings" button. Soon after, a pop-up setting window appears. Set up the conversion mode, bit rate, sample rate, output folder, output file name, output organized way, and other parameters then close the window to take effect automatically.
Step 4. Start the Conversion.
Click "OK" if you finish adding more songs. After all of the preparations, start converting the added songs by clicking on Convert. The output folder will open automatically once the conversion is completed. You can check the downloaded Tidal songs and enjoy the free playback now.
TuneCable Tidal Music Converter helps you download songs, albums, and playlists from Tidal to your local PC for offline playback. Apart from that, you will find more handy tools when using this program.
Navigate to "Tools > Format Converter on the start-up interface. Then you can import local audio files to the converter by clicking "+Add". Another option is to drag and drop the wanted songs to this format converter directly. Then you can choose to convert them to MP3, M4A, FLAC, WAV, AIFF, or OGG formats.
Navigate to "Tools > Edit Tag on the start-up interface. Then you can import local audio files to the converter by clicking "+Add". You can change artwork, Title, Artist, Album, Genre, Year, and Track Num according to your need. Click "Save" to apply all changes.