> Since everything costs something in
> the Mac world, you need to spend
>some cash on third-party software to
> use FLAC widely on the Mac platform.
>In the Windows world, you can deal
>with FLAC widely with no-cost software,
>and it is recognized by all decent
>rippers, taggers, audio editor, players, etc.
No cost Mac software that all encodes/decodes to most filetypes:
Just to name a few such programs.
There is plenty more if you search for it.
If you wish to spend some cash then Toast works nicely.
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