FlacSquisher converts a library of Flac files to MP3, Opus, or Ogg Vorbis format, maintaining the directory structure in the original library. That way, you can maintain your Flac files for home listening, and easily convert them to MP3, Opus, or Ogg format for mobile use, where storage space is more often tightly constrained.
- Converts to MP3 or Ogg Vorbis
- Maintains directory structure from original library
- Takes advantage of multicore processors
- Can copy or ignore files by extension (album art, log files)
- Ignores files already encoded previously
- Compatible with Mono on Linux
Great program once you figure it out. I was looking for a program that converted all my flac files while keeping the folder structure AND also copying over the sub-folders containg "Artwork" "Scans" etc and their content. This way I had an exact backup of my FLAC file library as MP3. I had previously tried dBPoweramp Batch Converter but could not get it to copy over these sub-folders, or at least I could'nt figure it out. Found this program and it does exactly what I was looking for. So 5 Stars for sure. It keeps file structure plus it copies over all sub-folders such as "Artwork" and its contents along with all .jpegs and any other files you specify. Nice job FlacSquisher.......
Very well working.
Just what I needed to convert about 1000 FLAC files to mp3's. Rather straight forward once you get the library/software programs, as shown in the options. FlacSquisher went to work saving me the hassle of doing it manually in Sony Sound Forge Pro or similar, as I typically did. As a Linux user (Debian 8.3 Jessie) it would be nice to have it a native program, but works fine in Wine. Many thanks for saving me the hassle of converting all the FLAC's manually!
Straightforward and easy. If you know where your FLAC files are, and where you want to put them, this couldn't be simpler. Download to full conversion of a given set of files: 5 min. Exactly what I was looking for.
5 Stars, but I miss the function to see my cpus/threads being monitored and percentage of the current conversion, just some more details :)