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Thread: Converting FLAC to mp3 for a separate playback device

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    Converting FLAC to mp3 for a separate playback device

    I have been using DBPA for ripping and JRMC 23 for playback -- and storing all music (all FLAC) files on a home NAS drive. (I am assuming DBPA would be the preferred (?) package to use for the following...)

    I need to make separate copies -- for a friend's portable MP3 music player ("Evasa" is the brand) -- of several albums for his playback (only) purposes, but of course his playback device does not support FLAC files. Of course, I want to AVOID altering my own FLAC files, or theie storage on the NAS drive in any way.

    What is the easiest way to do that in DBPA?

    THANKS MUCH.

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    Re: Converting FLAC to mp3 for a separate playback device

    You can use the Batch Converter that comes with dBpoweramp and the MP3 codec or TuneFUSION

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    Re: Converting FLAC to mp3 for a separate playback device

    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne View Post
    You can use the Batch Converter that comes with dBpoweramp and the MP3 codec or TuneFUSION
    Hi Wayne,
    I have almost the same problem I managed to convert (1 Album) from FLAC to MP3 but the original FLAC files are now gone.
    So I need to know, how can I convert FLAC files that I've ripped in dbpoweramp into MP3s but still keep the original FLAC files in my (NAS) library as well?

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    Re: Converting FLAC to mp3 for a separate playback device

    dBpoweramp would not remove the FLAC files unless you included the DSP effect 'Delete Source Files'

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