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What is the average size of a FLAC file?
about 29 MB
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you can Try VLC http://www.videolan.org/vlc/
3.5 MBs but that really is an average. some songs are alot more and some are less.
FLAC, stands for Free Lossless Audio Codec. It's a Lossless codec, which means that the resulting data from a transcode be exactly/close to same as the original. … Many uncommon Portable Media players offer FLAC codec support, however it's rare to use them since Lossless files always tend to be over 100mb. There are Many media players out there that will play .flac files, such as winamp, jetaudio, foobar2000, vlc, kmediaplayer, Xion, and much more.
Depends on the document. A small Word document should only take a 2 or 3 KB, a music track takes about 3Mb and a picture takes less than 1MB on average.
A 'front end' programme like ALL2LAME or Multi frontend. You will need both Flac.exe and LAME.exe ('L'ames 'A' 'M'p3 'E'ncoder) Or you could use foobar2000, and wil…l only need LAME.exe.
Yes, but its very very limited. You need the "Xiph components for QuickTime", but its not really worth doing. Because that will only let you play flac files that are in an 'og…g container' rather than in a 'native flac'. What does that mean in English? Ogg, like some other file formats (mp4 in particular) is a 'container'. You can put other file types into this container (vorbis is easily the most common, to the point where when most people say 'ogg files' they really mean 'vorbis files in an ogg container'). So, if you want flac files to work with iTunes, the file must be 'blah blah.ogg' and not 'blah blah.flac'. You cant just change the filename to get it to work either, and as 99.9% of the flac's I've ever seen are 'native flac' its kind of pointless to even bother.
Depends on the version of WMP you are using. With earlier WMP version (9 or les) it was possible to get flac playback. On later versions (10 or above) it should still be possi…ble to play .flac files, but no-one has done it yet.
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Theres quite a few media players for OS-X that support .flac. Mplayer, VLC, Cog al have native .flac support. iTunes can play flac files, with a utility called 'fluk…e'- http://blowintopieces.com/fluke/ There is also a (dead) project called macamp lite x that has a plugin for .flac support- http://arcticlounge.com/maltx/
Don't think Flac files work on an mp3 player. There is a way you can use flac files as mp3 files by converting them to mp3 format. Here are the instructions on how you can con…vert them to mp3. Firstly you have to make sure you got Winamp on your computer installed along with Flac library support plugin. Also keep the iTunes or any other media player ready on your computer. Find the output section and select it. This should be on the plugin screen. Navigate the null soft dick writer and select it. Click the confirm button on the bottom of the screen. Next, go to the directory and decide where to save the file. Also ensure that it has a .wav extension. Save the files which you created to the folder you have chosen. Close the present window and return to the Winamp App. Next, navigate to the folder in which you saved the music. Holding the shift key, choose all the files in the folder. After selecting all files, open it. press the play button and Winamp will start decoding all the flac files, converting into wav format. Switch Winamp back to output so that it will start playing the files instead of decoding them. Navigate to iTunes and import wav files from winamp. Finally iTunes will convert them to iTunes files. Hope this helps.
No, none of the Oppo DVD or Blu-Ray players can currently play FLAC files. The company states they are looking into including that functionality in the future, however. The da…y they do is the day I buy one!
Fluke (See links below) is software that adds the ability to play .flac files with iTunes.
yes .flac plays off cds like an mp3 and quality is stellar dudes..
Zune cannot play FLAC files. Anyway, you can convert FLAC to WMA or to MP3/MP3 with 320kbps in order to play FLAC on Zune.
CNet has a free software that allows users to convert FLAC files to MP3 files, whether for use on an iPod or on iTunes. The free converter can be downloaded on CNet.
FLAC files are free lossless audio codec files. You can listen to these files by downloading WinAmp onto your computer and then downloading the FLAC Plugin.