Introducing theFrontend (Audio Conversion GUI) Reply #25 – 2007-11-15 16:23:04 Quote from: viktor on 2007-11-08 23:28:03i have only one problem with this right now: it's win-onlyQuote from: Junon on 2007-11-14 20:28:35Quote from: viktor on 2007-11-08 23:28:03 i have only one problem with this right now: it's win-onlyI second this one. On Linux it's a serious problem getting any transcoding properly running with external encoders, especially in the cases of non-free formats. For me it's Nero AAC which causes serious issues, because practically any Linux transcoder only flawlessly works with FAAC instead. Support for Nero AAC has to be scripted externally in all applications I'm aware of, causing further problems concerning the tags' retention.Sorry no plans for linux/unix/macosx version (well you can ask microsoft if he will support this platforms in visual c++ )Only way here is to use wine+theFrontend Quote from: bilbo on 2007-11-15 16:13:49wisodev, very nice program! Works well, quick, and easy to use. I would like to suggest that you consider the ability to convert from FLAC images+cue to mp3 separate tracks in your development.Can you recommend any command line tool that can do this?