gab wrote:...at least I can try and figure out another solution instead of waiting.
Peke wrote:Anyway, I would chose FLAC over ALAC as it is free(open source) and wider spread support than ALAC (Personal thought).
2000 wrote:gab wrote:...at least I can try and figure out another solution instead of waiting.
I don't know if this is any help but I recently converted my company's WAV file library to ALAC (Apple Lossless Audio Codec, right?). I did it by making a playlist of our entire library (200,000 tracks) and dragging into iTunes. I right clicked and chose "Convert to Apple Lossless Format". You have to choose ALAC as the "Rip to" format first but it worked pretty well.
It can convert straight from WAV or WMA lossless on the fly.
oldtimer wrote:The extreme mp3s still keep some of the tones only dogs can hear. The high a 20,000 hz tone requires 2000 times the date as a 20 htz tone.
oldtimer wrote:If you can't hear it the difference why worry?
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