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
The sound quality not so good . I made output of same 320bit files from it and "FLAC To MP3" ( not free utill ) the its outpot sound lass good.
It will be some time before I get to actually run this program. But before I do, I have to ask: Why do you need full system level access to my computer in order to install a file format conversion utility? That is, for a program whose job it is is to perform a purely mathematical calculation, why do you need to be able to access all of my system files and settings, have the right to install services, have the right to create new accounts, to block access from other accounts arbitrarily, to destroy system restore points, install viruses, install low level API hooks, schedule system level tasks and services to run a privilege level 0 and so on? If you're going to compute π then compute π. And that's all I'm prepared to allow permission for. Right now I'm doing a backup, I've created a system restore point, I'm creating snapshots of all system data, dumping registry hives and I'm doing all that to find out what exactly is going to be installed along with this calculator program. I suspect the answer is "nothing" in which case (for a minimal fee of course) I shall create for you a non-admin installer that people can use and not have to worry about handing over the keys to their system every time they want to install a program. - Alan