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convert wav files to flac

Terminal - convert wav files to flac
flac --best *.wav
2009-11-11 14:17:24
User: nickleus
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convert wav files to flac

cd to the folder containing the wav files, then convert them all to flac. yeah baby!

in ubuntu, to get the flac program just:

sudo apt-get install flac

flac file input formats are wav, aiff, raw, flac, oga and ogg

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Here is a step by step guide on how to batch convert WAV to FLAC on Mac and Windows at: http://www.faasoft.com/articles/flac-converter-mac-and-windows.html

It also helps you convert almost all audio files to FLAC format like MP3 to FLAC, AAC to FLAC, M4A to FLAC, AC3 to FLAC, M4A to FLAC, ALAC to FLAC, etc.

Better still, it supports converting FLAC to many other popular audio formats like MP3, WAV, AAC, AC3, M4A, ALAC, WMA, CAF, AIFF, etc.

Hope it is what you are looking for.

Comment by nihonal 87 weeks and 6 days ago

Many of my friends use iDealshare VideoGo to convert WAV files to FLAC or convert FLAC to WAV.

Today i just have a try, and find it is really worth to use.

It can batch convert WAV files to FLAC with almost no loss of audio Quality. Simply drag and drop the WAV folder to this app, and it will batch convert them.

Simply guide at http://www.idealshare.net/audio-converter/wav-to-flac-converter.html

It also can convert WAV to Apple Lossless ALAC, M4A, OGG, MP3, AIFF, WMA, DTS, etc.

It als can convert other audio or video files to FLAC.

Comment by betterfaather 70 weeks and 6 days ago

I highly recommend Avdshare Video Converter to Convert AVCHD to MP4, MOV, WMV, FLV, AVI, WEBM, etc for playing AVCHD on iPhone, iPad, Samsung, QuickTime, Windows Media Player, etc or uploading AVCHD to YouTube, MySpace, Twitter, etc.

Comment by jemeseen 20 weeks ago

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