Traders Little Helper
Quote from: SamDeRe81 on 23 October, 2011, 02:02:31 PMTraders Little HelperInteresting. However, one problem here is that flac.exe seems not safe to use to reencode-and-overwrite (right?), and this program describes itself as a front-end, so ... unless it does additional verification, it does not seem to solve the problem.
Is there a drawback in updating older FLAC files to newer versions?
Can i encode FLAC to FLAC or any other Lossless format as many times as i want without any loss?
Bit-Compare Tracks didn't show any error, does this means that the newly converted FLAC file is safe to Archive and i can delete the old?Also I have noticed the FLAC compression levels, i have most of my Archive in FLAC level 2, can i re-convert them too to level 8?
If a newer version of FLAC.exe will be released, should i update my FLAC files again?