After the last update, Total Audio Converter supports OGX. Now you can convert OGX files to any other audio formats and return using the updated Total Audio Converter.
The updated Total Audio Converter supports OGX. Read more about OGX Files
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A FLAC file is an audio file. Using a FLAC splitter allows you to choose to store your split FLAC file as an MP3 in the process.
What is a FLAC file?
A FLAC file is an audio file. It is useful because it is compressed using the FLAC audio encoding algorithm. This algorithm is an open source lossless, audio code, which is excellent at storing high-quality audio in a small space. FLAC is a much better format than CDA and WAV, as the sound quality is as good as a CD but with about half the size of these previous files.
Why would you want to split a FLAC file?
A FLAC splitter is essential for two reasons. The first reason to split FLAC is to rip an individual track from a CD. A CD is loaded with a cue file, which gives individual information about what track is playing now and what is coming next. To split FLAC files, you take this information and use it to make an individual file of each track you want.
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Total Audio Converter will help to split APE or FLAC albums into individual tracks by CUE.
APE and FLAC files can contain whole albums composed of several tracks. Normally they are accompanied by a CUE file, that says where each track starts and ends and the tracks’ names. The CUE file makes it possible to split APE or FLAC albums into individual tracks. Total Audio Converter will do the job for you.
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