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Hi guys. Since it's been some time since Apple made ALAC Open Source I thought that many programs were going to start including it as a conversion format. Unfortunately, when i Google it, I get flooded by paid software which do that.

Does anyone have a good way to do this?

Thanks (Y)

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Didn't check this one myself, but may http://www.freemake.com/free_audio_converter/ does?

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Whats wrong with FLAC?

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Whats wrong with FLAC?

You cant use flac on an ipod/iphone, you have to convert it to apple lossless.

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dbpoweramp converter is the best thing ive found and takes advantage of multiple cores.

ive used it myself and its amazing, but its paid.

http://www.dbpoweramp.com/dmc.htm

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dbpoweramp converter is the best thing ive found and takes advantage of multiple cores.

ive used it myself and its amazing, but its paid.

http://www.dbpoweramp.com/dmc.htm

+1 for that! I love it. It's worth the cost. I love the right click menu process and it uses multi-cores.,... where each core processes a song. very cool.

it also has a batch converter as well..

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Last time I had to do this I used qaac. It's a command line encoder, it'll work fine if you have iTunes/Quicktime already installed (which I'm 99% sure you already have if you're using an iPod/iPhone).

Once you have the command line down you can either do it all through batch files, or add it as an encoder in another program (e.g. Foobar2000 would be a good choice) & then just run conversions though there.

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+1 for dMC too. It's the BEST.

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so why iStuff hates FLAC anyway?

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so why iStuff hates FLAC anyway?

 

Apple's way of screwing over their customers more when they had to repurchase songs in the "new" format

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so why iStuff hates FLAC anyway?

Same reason stuff doesn't support MKV, they just didn't consider it important.

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