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XRECODE can convert multiple audio files in parallel by taking full advantage of multi-core CPU.

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  • My father recently passed away from cancer and left behind a large music collection.
    Just letting you know all of these CDs ripper to FLAC would take of 6tb to 8tb if you roll with 500kbps OGG it would take up 4.5tb to 6tb. If you want to rip 100 to 300 CDs yourself use this program it is so worth the price rip them to 500kbps OGG they will sound just fine. I have 155k tracks all at 500kbps OGG and they sound fine to me. Most people will never hear the difference between... - Source: Reddit / 18 days ago
  • Any recommendations for a program that can turn FLAC to OGG while retaining all metadata?
    This program works nicely I have converted like 155k FLACs to OGG with it. - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
  • What's the best way to convert FLAC to Opus?
    Https:// this program is nice I have used it convert 50k FLACs to 500kbps OGG. - Source: Reddit / 5 months ago
  • does anyone know any way i can keep upc/isrc tags from flac when i convert them to alac
    Dunno about this but I use - Source: Reddit / 11 months ago
  • Any good software for lowering MP3 bitrate for multiple files and keeping metadata?
    I like this program Xrecode it has a 30 day free trail that should be enough time to convert a whole library. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
  • How To Split A Single .MP3 Audiobook File With Embedded Chapter Metadata Or Convert To .M4B And Keep Chapter Metadata In One File To Work With Prologue (iOS App)?
    There is another program I found called, 'XRecode' that is a lot more sophisticated and a solidly built app. It too can convert between codecs, split and combine audio files as well as perform sound engineering jobs like manipulating audio in all sorts of ways. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
  • Good FLAC to MP3 converter that retains all metadata?
    This is decent it has a 30 trial go with 500bit OGG it sounds better than 320 MP3 and takes up like 40% less space than 16bit FLAC. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
  • Best tool to properly convert DSD music to PCM?
    I've been using Xrecode for several years and I'm quite happy with it. It handles ISOs and can output to (or convert from): MP3, MP2, Ogg, WMA, FLAC, WavPack, WAV, W64, RF64, DTS, Opus, ALAC, AC3, AIFF, M4A/AAC, SWF, TAK, APE, MPC, OFR, TIA, RAW, DSD. Quite customizable with multiple extract/encode/merge/split features. It's really the only audio app I use to make everything I own work optimally with Roon and... - Source: Reddit / almost 2 years ago
  • Transcoding music library help
    If you have only like 100k tracks or less and you computer is decently fast will work it has a30 day trial, that should be enough time to converter everything to MP3 vb0. This program will do MP3 vb0 and it will save album art most audio converters do not save album art. You can set it to multiple folders of albums or 500 to 1000 tracks during the same run. - Source: Reddit / about 2 years ago

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