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Using EAC to convert flac to mp3, How to do this?
post Oct 10 2005, 14:55
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I have had foobar, cdex and EAC. And probably others.
I want to rip a CD to flac (EAC does it fine), then rip the flac to mp3.
Is there any way to get EAC to convert flac to mp3? Anyway to get it to use a folder rather than a CD as it's initial point?

EAC is configured with the flac encoder and the lame encoder. I do not want to use two programs if possible!!
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Synthetic Soul
post Oct 10 2005, 16:20
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OK, FlacAttack will let you encode to both FLAC and MP3 at the same time from EAC.

To convert your existing FLACs to MP3 I would use foobar.

Drag all the FLACs into foobar and use foobar's Diskwriter (foobar v.0.8.3) or Converter (0.9 beta) to convert.

This page on my site may help you get things set up in foobar 0.8.3 (most applies to 0.9 as well).

Edit: Are your FLAC files tagged?

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