? Sorry, due to iTunes' design we can't add FLAC support; ask Apple to support FLAC!
If you want to play FLAC files
, here is how with some popular players:
If you want to rip CDs to FLAC
, here is a short list of the most popular programs. Experts generally prefer EAC for the most accurate ripping. dbPowerAMP also does a fine job and is easier to set up.
If you want to burn FLAC files to CD
- Exact Audio Copy (EAC) - The official download ships with FLAC
- Winamp - Winamp can rip to FLAC out of the box since version 5.31 if you download the Full version (not Lite).
- Windows Media Player (WMP) - Sorry, Microsoft has made it impossible to rip to FLAC in WMP; hopefully this will change eventually.
, here is a short list of the most popular programs:
If you want to convert audio files to/from FLAC
- Windows Media Player (WMP) - Sorry, Microsoft has made it impossible to burn FLAC to CD in WMP; hopefully this will change eventually.
- Burrrn - Supports burning from FLAC out of the box.
- Nero - Supports FLAC starting from version 9
, there are quite a few programs:
If you want to edit the tags in FLAC files
- mp3tag - A free tag editor which supports editing tags, autotagging from online databases, cover art, and more.
- Most players (like foobar2000 and Winamp) are able to edit FLAC-tags as well