❔ What is a TAR.BZ2 file?
The tar file is then compressed into a bz2 file, which utilises the Burrows–Wheeler compression algorithm. It does a better job compressing file than older compression formats but is considerably slower.
This method of archiving is commonly used in unix/linux environments to package and distribute software and other files.
A tbz2 is the same file type but with a different file extension.
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❓ How to convert tar.bz2 to aif file?
- Under "Select tar.bz2 file to convert", click on browse (or your browser equivalent)
- Select the file you wish to convert.
- Click "Convert to aif". It will list all the aif files in the tar.bz2 archive.
- Click the green "Save" button to save individual aif file to your local drive.
❔ What is a aif file?
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❔ What is ezyZip?
ezyZip is a free online utility for extracting aif files from a tar.bz2 archive. No need to install additional software as it runs in the browser. It supports a bunch of other file extraction and conversion options too.
Unlike other online zip conversion utilities, ezyZip does not require you to upload or download files to a server. It runs locally as a browser app, thus making it much quicker than other similar online conversion tools. There are no file size limits! This also ensures your privacy will be protected as no file data will leave your browser.