Sorry but at no point can I see you mention that it cannot be done, unless I am missing something there, so you didn't tell him what I have just mention. You expressed an opinion regarding the format which is fine but saying don't bother implies it might be possible.Read my post again. I basically told him what you just said. It seems like old knee-jerk habits die hard, I include myself 🙃
Thank you. No interpretation needed, and I agree with your bold statement.AI, apologies, I see what you mean at a stretch, so to the OP, no cannot convert anything to MQA by an end user right now. And MP3 is a compressed, lossy format, so converting to anything else does not make any sense.