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Converting FLAC to iTunes AAC, How do I do it?
sarixe
post Jul 26 2009, 08:02
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I'm ready to start using iTunes AAC as the codec of choice on my iPod. I have a rather large collection of FLAC, and need to be able to encode it all to iTunes AAC. I've been searching all evening for an effective solution, and I came very close with iTunesEncode.exe by Otto42. It's a great program, but, as I've read, it's been broken since iTunes 7.7. Indeed, I tried to batch encode some of the FLACs with it in foobar2000, and more than half of them threw terribly fatal errors. Needless to say, that's completely unacceptable.

Anyway, I was wondering, is there another script out there that does what iTunesEncode.exe did? I need it to either be command line (so I can batch encode with foobar2000) or have it able to batch encode by itself.

Also, if there's a standalone hack or something of the iTunes AAC codec, that would work.
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sarixe
post Jul 27 2009, 00:54
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I found a way to mount entire albums of flac as CDs. The solution is a program called WinMount. It's not free, but it mounts CUE files as audio CDs, and has a 15 day trial. iTunes is then able to rip from that, which is excellent.
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