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Dbpoweramp ALAC and iTunes ALAC, Is there a problem converting between both?
post Jun 7 2012, 02:37
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I know that lossless to lossless encoding has no degradation since it's just compression algorithms but I'm wondering since the dbpoweramp ALAC codec was reverse engineered from the iTunes one.

I'm ripping to FLAC using dbpoweramp and then converting it to ALAC so that it's compatible with iTunes. From here I convert the dbpoweramp ALAC to iTunes ALAC encoder. Is this OK or should I be using AIFF as the intermediary format.

I would just rip with iTunes but I like accurate with dbpoweramp

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post Jun 7 2012, 02:53
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Why not just rip directly (for all intents and purposes) to ALAC using dBpoweramp?

Breath is found in waveform and spectral plots;
DR figures too, of course.
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