On 3 Feb 2005, at 19:53, Paul Jakma wrote:
>> And AAC is *great*.
>> Good to hear. How do transcode my mp3s/oggs to AAC then? (and how do i
> avoid quality loss..)
You can't convert between any pair of lossy encoders without loss (duh).
To convert to AAC in Apple's iTunes, set the encoding type to AAC
(preferences -> import), select the tracks you want to convert, and
"encode as AAC". If you don't have iTunes, faac is a free AAC encoder
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