I'd like some suggestions as to the best way to replace a number of mp3 file versions with full FLAC equivalents.
It seems better to have full un-lossy versions of audio files if possible. But once our mediamonkey library has a bunch of those files in lossy versions, how can one go about making an efficient switch?
Of course I could keep both versions -- mp3 and FLAC -- but for space reasons I'd prefer to delete the mp3 versions, if I have the FLAC ones.
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I Rip a new FLAC copy and then use http://www.mediamonkey.com/forum/viewto ... +duplicate to copy metadata from MP3 to FLAC copy and then have it deleted.
Lowlander (MediaMonkey user since 2003)
I Know I'm late to the party but I found setting up an MP3 and a flac node helped. I could just scroll through the albums checking for which I hadn't ripped yet.