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Can someone point me in the direction on a free one that doesn't have limitations?
I downloaded Kyote and 4music, but they keep erroring out pr not opening files.
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dgdave, try Trader's Little Helper
. It's probably the easiest to use of the free converters. You just drag your flac files into the program, select "Convert encoding format" when prompted, select mp3 as your target format and hit "Convert". I have Windows 7 64 and it runs fine for me.
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I like MediaMonkey myself. I use it enough that I paid for it, so I don't know what, if any, limitations the free version might have on conversions, but it should do the deed for ya.
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TLH or dbpoweramp. TLH is free, db is ~20/yr or so.
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I wrote one in college. In assembly on a chip that we put in a FLAC recorder.
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