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Hi audiophiles! I've some concerns about decompressed and lossless conversions using XLD, MAX and some other software. So for example I have some hi-res FLAC audio files. If I convert them to AIFF, they will add in size as expected. But if after I will compress these new AIFF files back to FLAC the new output files will be significantly smaller than original ones. And if you'll continue this routine the decrease in size of original files also will occur. Depend on software you're using (I've tried XLD and MAX as a mac user, but I know that some win software exhibits same properties) the exact decrease in size will differ, but will occur anyway. So my question is how that happens and in this case don't these conversions really affect quality?
paranoia touts itself as the ultimate ripper. I'll let you read about it on their FAQ, check it out, it sounds impressive. CDDA Paranoia Frequently Asked Questions I started by installing brew a while back. With brew installed I could simply type in a terminal window… brew install cdparanoia Then I downloaded Max, Max from sbooth.org Now when I choose the Max Preferneces window I have the option of cdparanoia. Thought I should share this cool bit of info with you all.
Sam Spade posted a topic in Softwarehello people, i am using MAX to covert FLAC to AIFF and am getting an error. MAX has always worked great for me, with this being the first issue i have had. the error msg. reads: An error occurred while tagging the file [insert name of song].aiff iTunes got and error: File permission error. how do i fix this?