Program to convert FLAC files?
Nov 24, 2008 at 10:19 PM Post #16 of 17

Detritusdave

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I tried to convert one of my FLAC files to mp4 in Foobar2000. It can do it, but it needs to .exe of Nero to function. Because I don't have Nero, I couldn't do it.

You could try downloading a trial of Nero and locating its .exe in Foobar. Shouldn't be too tricky.

But why mp4? Why coming from FLAC? And why use iTunes? Because you're using an iPod? Or because you're limited on hard disk space?

I just ask because I listen to FLAC files that I converted from uncompressed originals, and in Foobar, I control the DSP chain. I have a hard time believing you'll get better sound in iTunes.



The aac encoder is free for download, i.e. you don't need to purchase Nero to use it. Here's the link:

Nero - Download Nero AAC Codec
 
Nov 24, 2008 at 11:03 PM Post #17 of 17

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FOOBAR, dbPoweramp, EAC all works well!
 

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