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Thread: dbpoweramp for Mac OSX?

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    dbpoweramp for Mac OSX?

    Hey, I have a PC now and I use dbpoweramp to convert all my .flac shows I donwload to ALAC (I'm an iTunes guy) and I was just wondering if there was a version of dbpoweramp for Mac OSX because I am getting an Apple laptop soon for college and I would love to still be able to use this amazing program.

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    Re: dbpoweramp for Mac OSX?

    No, dMC is only available for Windows. People have gotten some functionality to work via Wine in Linux, but dMC is only developed for Windows.

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    Re: dbpoweramp for Mac OSX?

    Is there any chance of it being developed for OSX in the future?

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    Re: dbpoweramp for Mac OSX?

    Probabbly not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sou1 So1di3r View Post
    I am getting an Apple laptop soon for college and I would love to still be able to use this amazing program.
    dMC works fine with Boot Camp, Parallels, and VMware Fusion, I've tried them all. You will need a copy of Windows XP or Vista, of course, but you can continue to use dMC on your Mac.

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    Re: dbpoweramp for Mac OSX?

    what i really wan it the dbpoweramp Ripper... its the best ripper i've found, but i always have to borrow my wifes pc to rip cds. I can't get it to work under parallels. I'd happily pay again for the mac version.

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    Re: dbpoweramp for Mac OSX?

    Try using DarWine

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    Re: dbpoweramp for Mac OSX?

    Looks like DarWine was abandoned long time ago :-(. I'm a long time Windows user + music fan and naturally bought dbPowerAmp at some point for ripping. But lately I have switched to Mac (sorry, Windows plain sucks as a dev platform) and moved my collection to Mac. Now I have to do this dance between my Windows notebook and MacBook to rip a disc and then move audio files over to Mac. Anyhow, +1 for a Mac version of dbPowerAmp. The best software for ripping Audio CDs IMHO.

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