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Thread: What program convert flac to mp3 format?

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    Does any body knows which good and simple using program convert a flac file to mp3 format?

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    Evil_Monkey's Avatar I OWN YO ASS
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    You could try pre-recording it to mp3 format by using this...

    http://audacity.sourceforge.net/

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    Total Audio Converter is what think is the best for all types of audio conversion.

    http://www.coolutils.com/TotalAudioConverter

    You can also try the super software. it is freeware.
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    Switch works great

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    Sound Forge 8 with the flac encoder installed.

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    Or just mount the files and rip as if they were an album. After all, if you utilize the CUE properly, it will be the exact same as the disc. Then just rip as MP3.



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    Yea i guess you can do that as well.

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    dBpowerAmp.

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    here's a guide to converting flac to mp3 using winamp and itunes. It's kinda tedious, but always good to know it's possible.

    http://www.simplehelp.net/2006/08/14...using-windows/

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    Why would you want to do that in the first place? You lose so much quality converting to a lossy format like mp3. Surely there must be a better way?

    AAC in an .m4a container with a ~350kbps bitrate would sound almost lossless and work on an iPod, not to mention Apple Lossless.

    But, if you insist, I would recommend dBPowerAmp for all audio conversions. (Except Apple Lossless, use iTunes for that because dBPowerAmp has a bug where your iPod will skip tracks.)

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