Over the past couple years I have ripped all of my CDs onto my computer. I used WMA lossless as it was very simple and I couldn't think of any reason to use a different format. Now, I'm getting a media streamer (Squeezebox) and it doesn't have native support for WMA lossless. I want to convert my catalog to FLAC, but I don't know what software supports this. Most of the companies that I checked out convert FLAC to WMA but not the other way around. I don't mind spending a few bucks as long as it is a solid product. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.Thanks.
foobar2000 is fine. Other softwares: VUPlayer, DBPowerAmp, Winamp...
Quote from: guruboolez on 19 September, 2006, 01:52:17 AMfoobar2000 is fine. Other softwares: VUPlayer, DBPowerAmp, Winamp...1. Embedded cover art is apparently not being copied over. Should it be, or is this something FLAC doesn't support, and I just need to put JPEGs in folders?2. I'm not sure what's happening with the Album Artist tag. According to Tag&Rename, it's not being populated. According to Foobar, it is. And if I go into Tag&Rename and populate it explicitly, the metadata in Foobar looks no different. What's going on here, and how can I figure out which of these well-regarded apps is insane?
IIRC, WMA doesn't have any any support for embeded images. all it does is store AlbumArt.jpg files in the folder that the files are in.