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.FLAC to .AAC, Easiest way to do this?
mikehartl
post Sep 4 2004, 04:57
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I have ripped my CD collection into perfect quality .flac files and want to convert osme selections of music to AAC for my iPod. Is there a simple way to do this? What program should I use?
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post Sep 4 2004, 05:16
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You could use foobar2000 to do this. You would also require a AAC codec. Nero or FAAC could do it. I think there's even a way to use the iTunes codec with foobar, but I use Nero so it doesn't worry me.


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mikehartl
post Sep 4 2004, 05:39
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QUOTE (kl33per @ Sep 3 2004, 10:16 PM)
You could use foobar2000 to do this.  You would also require a AAC codec.  Nero or FAAC could do it.  I think there's even a way to use the iTunes codec with foobar, but I use Nero so it doesn't worry me.
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I have tried Nero but the problem is when I try to play back the files in iTunes all of the tags are missing. mad.gif It's a very annoying problem.
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post Sep 4 2004, 08:02
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QUOTE (mikehartl @ Sep 4 2004, 05:39 AM)
QUOTE (kl33per @ Sep 3 2004, 10:16 PM)
You could use foobar2000 to do this.  You would also require a AAC codec.  Nero or FAAC could do it.  I think there's even a way to use the iTunes codec with foobar, but I use Nero so it doesn't worry me.
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I have tried Nero but the problem is when I try to play back the files in iTunes all of the tags are missing. mad.gif It's a very annoying problem.
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Rename the .mp4's to .m4a

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- mikehartl   .FLAC to .AAC   Sep 4 2004, 04:57
- - kl33per   You could use foobar2000 to do this. You would al...   Sep 4 2004, 05:16
|- - mikehartl   QUOTE (kl33per @ Sep 3 2004, 10:16 PM)You cou...   Sep 4 2004, 05:39
|- - menno   QUOTE (mikehartl @ Sep 4 2004, 05:39 AM)QUOTE...   Sep 4 2004, 08:02
|- - chelgrian   QUOTE (mikehartl @ Sep 4 2004, 05:39 AM)I hav...   Sep 7 2004, 21:41
- - DickxLaurent   If you want to use iTunes to ensure compatibility ...   Sep 4 2004, 06:48
- - henkersmahlzeit   To convert from FLAC to Apple's *.aac you just...   Sep 7 2004, 03:34
|- - dewey1973   QUOTE (henkersmahlzeit @ Sep 6 2004, 07:34 PM...   Sep 9 2004, 00:44
- - anticrust   QUOTE (mikehartl @ Sep 3 2004, 07:57 PM)I hav...   Sep 7 2004, 20:54
|- - chelgrian   QUOTE (anticrust @ Sep 7 2004, 08:54 PM)3. Co...   Sep 7 2004, 21:36
||- - Garf   QUOTE (chelgrian @ Sep 7 2004, 10:36 PM)QUOTE...   Sep 7 2004, 21:49
|||- - chelgrian   QUOTE (Garf @ Sep 7 2004, 09:49 PM)I would be...   Sep 8 2004, 20:43
||- - anticrust   QUOTE (chelgrian @ Sep 7 2004, 12:36 PM)Using...   Sep 7 2004, 22:14
|- - gb115b   hi, sorry i'm not too great with batch files...   Oct 6 2006, 10:14
- - The Belgain   I'm in this situation too, thanks for the info...   Nov 23 2004, 20:52
- - xmixahlx   for the linux searchers, convert using: flac -dc ...   Nov 23 2004, 21:15
|- - neomoe   QUOTE (xmixahlx @ Nov 23 2004, 12:15 PM)for t...   Feb 8 2005, 15:48
- - jerryfreak   I worked on these batch files a little, and incorp...   Aug 2 2005, 04:01
- - gb115b   also what does the following bit of code doing in ...   Oct 6 2006, 10:58
- - gb115b   okay, i've blatantly had far too much time on ...   Oct 18 2006, 21:57
- - bhoar   Cool, I'd love to play with it! -brendan   Oct 18 2006, 23:56
- - djoole   QUOTE (gb115b @ Oct 18 2006, 22:57) freel...   Apr 5 2008, 17:08


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