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    Batch convert multiple files in multiple folders but keep the files in original folde

    I use Windows 10

    I have 100 folders which all contain a number of wave files.

    Is the a way that I select all 10 folders and have dbPoweramp convert those files to flac and place the flacs in the same folder as the source wav files keeping the same name kHz, bit rate and file tags as the source wav files?

    Can this be done in reverse where I select a number of folders that contain flac files and have dbPoweramp convert those files to wav and place the wav's in the same folder as the source flac files keeping the same name kHz, bit rate and file tags as the source flac files?

    Thanks in advance

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    Re: Batch convert multiple files in multiple folders but keep the files in original f

    Yes, use batch converter, select the root folder, if there are other files other than wave, click the filter button to select only wav files. Click Convert, for encoder choose FLAC, and for 'Output To' choose 'Existing Source Files'

    Click convert.

    You can go Wave to FLAC, and FLAC to wave.

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    Re: Batch convert multiple files in multiple folders but keep the files in original f

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    Yes, use batch converter, select the root folder, if there are other files other than wave, click the filter button to select only wav files. Click Convert, for encoder choose FLAC, and for 'Output To' choose 'Existing Source Files'

    Click convert.

    You can go Wave to FLAC, and FLAC to wave.
    Hi Spoon

    Thank you, it works perfectly.

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    Re: Batch convert multiple files in multiple folders but keep the files in original f

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    Yes, use batch converter, select the root folder, if there are other files other than wave, click the filter button to select only wav files. Click Convert, for encoder choose FLAC, and for 'Output To' choose 'Existing Source Files'

    Click convert.

    You can go Wave to FLAC, and FLAC to wave.
    Hi Spoon

    Thank you, it works perfectly.

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