If the M4As are apple lossless files you can convert them to FLAC.If the M4As are not apple lossless then do not convert them.
I use MP3Tag.... ha you can't tell me that's not the god father right now.
I use Custom tags […] So having that flexiblity is important to have it respectively shown. If i'm not mistaken different type of id3tag for differnet formats produce different outcomes like "mediatype" for instance could end up as "media type"
Lossy -> integer PCM -> lossless can suffer generation loss.
Quote from: greynol on 05 February, 2013, 12:25:30 AMLossy -> integer PCM -> lossless can suffer generation loss.*yawn* that's purely academic.
What would make M4A a preferable format?
Keeping in mind I don't want to lose audio quality.
Where would it stand between MP3 or FLAC? Does it even surpass FLAC?