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post #16 of 21
this will convert FLAC into a wav and then you can just drag it into itunes. it's as simple as a double-click. http://flac.sourceforge.net/ i guess you could then convert it in itunes if you want.
post #17 of 21
I've tried a few music players because my library was full of FLAC files, and as mentioned Songbird supports FLAC. I found it a bit slow, and I think this is due to it being built on the Firefox engine. Another one to try is Media Monkey, if you browse some torrents you can find the gold version for free. Foobar2K is another player to try, really lightweight though and you might have to tool around with some codec packages.

If you want to convert music files dB Poweramp is the best way to go about it.
post #18 of 21
i just got lazy and converted my entire library to wav with itunes, now whatever im ripping is wav. wav is pretty nice sounding imo
post #19 of 21

In order to import FLAC to iTunes, we will need to convert FLAC to Apple friendly audio formats.

 

If you care the quality of the output audio, converting FLAC to Apple Lossless audio is recommended. You can visit this guide for converting FLAC to Apple Lossless then import FLAC to iTunes for enjoy or for sync.

 

If you do not care about the quality of the music, you can convert FLAC to MP3, a versatile audio format across system and devices then import the converted FLAC files to iTunes.

 

Step by Step Guide on How to Convert FLAC to Import FLAC to iTunes

post #20 of 21

In order to play FLAC in iTunes, we had better convert FLAC to iTunes more supported audio format with a third party software like dbpoweramp, fluck, idealshare videogo.


I use iDealshare VideoGo which has both Mac and Windows to convert FLAC to Apple Lossless, MP3, WAV, AAC, AIFF. And it works very well.

Just google search How to Use iDealshare VideoGo to Convert FLAC to iTunes, you will find a detailed guide.

post #21 of 21

Sorry that I'm late to the party. There's audirvana. It costs about $60. It's mainly for audiophiles who want to get the most out of their DAC, but there's an interesting feature that will allow you to import FLAC files into iTunes without conversion. Personally I just use Clementine. I've also had solid results with XLD.

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