If i convert Flac to Wav and than to La What i Get? Reply #25 – 2009-09-02 14:13:53 Quote from: odyssey on 2009-09-02 13:43:47I still don't see any kind of wav-ish tag-support in common tools as foobar2000 and dbpoweramp - Do you? Maybe you should go develop some, because it has been requested countless times. Then I might stop claiming that wav-tags are useless, point-less and even non-existant!Sure, WAV tags are useless, pointless and even non-existent, because odyssey from the Internet says so. Well, until somebody includes support for them in end-user software, then he might graciously accept their existence and the world could start using them again. *yawn*Quote from: odyssey on 2009-09-02 13:43:47None of you have given any useful information to OP on how even to preserve tags while decoding to wav...Because I (we? who?) am not talking to the OP but correcting your false claims. Yeah, play the "I can write any BS, but I, for one, at least tried to help!" card.Quote from: odyssey on 2009-09-02 13:43:47... (but you keep on insisting that it's possible).Sure it is, open an MP3/FLAC file e.g. in the old Cool Edit, save as WAV, metadata preserved, no miracle. Naturally this is not feasible for a batch conversion, but a big difference compared with something non-existent and completely useless nonetheless.Quote from: odyssey on 2009-09-02 13:43:47Post a solution if you want to discuss and stop useless nitpicking!(Says guy who wrote "Oh I want to nitpick some more!"...)Anyway, I'm discussing nonsense claims only, there is a good solution in the previous posts already.