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How to convert WAV to FLAC?  Try the Audio Transcoder!

Key features of the best WAV-to-FLAC Converter:

  • Lightning-fast conversion (multi-core optimized encoders to speed up conversions on modern PCs.)
  • Batch mode for multiple files conversion task, Audio Transcoder can convert thousands of WAV files at once.
  • Supports most widely used popular input and output formats.
  • Supports drag & drop.
  • Full Unicode support for tags and file names.
  • Integrated CD ripper with CDDB/freedb title database support.
  • Supports conversion without any temporary files it brings you high converting speed and saves hard disk resource.
  • Easy to learn and use, still offers expert options when you need them.
  • Creates output folders according to source files directory tree automatically.
  • It can add ID3 tag such as title, artist, album, year, genre, and comment to target file when converting files to AAC/WMA/OGG/APE/M4A/M4B.
  • Fairly intuitive to use with its Windows Explorer-Style user interface.
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Do you have some .wav files that you want to convert to FLAC so you can listen to them on your phone? Fortunately for you, we’ve put together a simple guide for converting WAV into FLAC. Audio Transcoder offers you an easy and fast way to convert any audio files to FLAC with high quality. It is an advanced Music Converter and CD Ripper with support of various popular media formats and encoders.

Free download and follow the instructions below

Steps on how to convert WAV to FLAC:

1. Add the media files to convert.

The first step is to select media files to convert. Run Audio Transcoder and use Folder Explorer to browse files you want to convert. Then select a file in the File List, drag it to the Drop Zone and drop it there. Optionally, Audio Converter allows you to edit tags of any selected file in Drop Zone.

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Once files are selected, the next step is to select the output settings in Converter.

2. Select the output settings.

The second step is to select an output settings. To begin, select a folder for output and choose an action to be executed if an output file already exists (create a new file, overwrite or skip existing file).

Also you can set Media Converter to delete source file after conversion and preserve original folder structure, when doing batch conversion. Finally, you should select the output format and sound quality. In FLAC dialog box, choose format settings for the final tracks. Depending on quality you need, select bitrate, sample rate and the number of channels. You will probably lose some audio content if you choose mono option. You can choose what sample rate you want to use. 44.1 kHz (or 44100 Hz) is a sample rate used by music CDs. Less than that and you'll start to hear the loss in quality. You can choose a bit rate you want to use.

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Once output settings are customized, you can go to the final step - transcoding.

3. Start to convert any audio files to .flac

Click Convert button to start to transcode music into any audio format you desired. A conversion dialog will appear to show the progress of data conversion. If you want to stop process, please click Stop button. After conversion, you can click an Output Folder button to get transcoded files and transfer to your iPod, iPad, iPhone, media player or hard driver. 

Progress window

During the turning music into flac, you can change priority of the process or set an automatic event to be executed when the conversion is over. After the conversion has finished, you can find your converted files in the output folder you specified.

 People often search for "wav flac converter online" or "how to convert wav to flac online" without realizing that uncompressed audio files are large in size and by the time you upload, convert and download files you are better off downloading Audio Transcoder on your PC and perform convention locally = 0 second waiting for uploading and downloading. With our Audio Converter you can easily rip your CDs to FLAC, WAV or WMA files for use with your hardware player or transcode files that do not play with other software. You can even transcode whole music libraries retaining the folder and the filename structure. The integrated CD ripper supports CDDB/freedb online CD database. It will automatically query song information and write it to ID3v2 or other title information tags. Have any questions regarding Audio Converter? See below Frequently Asked Questions.

With WAV FLAC Converter you can convert any media tracks for all iOS devices and play audio on your iPod, iPhone or iPad.

Useful How-to Guides:

Software System Requirements:

  • Minimum System Requirements
    • Microsoft Windows XP (32-bit and 64-bit)
    • 1.0 GHz or faster processor
    • 512 MB RAM
    • 10 MB free hard drive space
  • Recommended System Requirements
    • Microsoft Windows 7/8/8.1/10 (32-bit and 64-bit)
    • Pentium 4 or faster multi-core processor
    • 1 GB RAM
    • 10 MB free hard drive space

Frequently Asked Questions

We strongly recommend that you first find answers to your questions here before try to contact us.

Q: What is WAV ?

A: Waveform Audio File Format (WAVE, or more commonly known as WAV due to its filename extension)(rarely, Audio for Windows) files are audio files playable via multimedia playback software such as Windows Media Player and other software available for your operating system. These files contain any sounds such as sound effects, music or spoken words. WAV files are large in size and with the advent of MP3 and MP4 WAV files are becoming less popular and less common. They were created and developed by IBM and Microsoft for storing an audio bitstream on PCs, but unlike MP3 and MP4 the WAV file format does not use a form of lossy compression so file sizes are therefore much bigger and now less popular.
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Q: What is FLAC ?

A: FLAC stands for Free Lossless Audio Codec, an audio format similar to MP3, but lossless, meaning that audio is compressed in FLAC without any loss in quality. This is similar to how Zip works, except with FLAC you will get much better compression because it is designed specifically for audio, and you can play back compressed FLAC files in your favorite player (or your car or home stereo, see supported devices) just like you would an MP3 file. Notable features of FLAC: Lossless: The encoding of audio (PCM) data incurs no loss of information, and the decoded audio is bit-for-bit identical to what went into the encoder. Each frame contains a 16-bit CRC of the frame data for detecting transmission errors. The integrity of the audio data is further insured by storing an MD5 signature of the original unencoded audio data in the file header, which can be compared against later during decoding or testing. Fast: FLAC is asymmetric in favor of decode speed. Decoding requires only integer arithmetic, and is much less compute-intensive than for most perceptual codecs. Real-time decode performance is easily achievable on even modest hardware. Hardware support: FLAC is supported by dozens of consumer electronic devices, from portable players, to home stereo equipment, to car stereo. Flexible metadata: FLAC's metadata system supports tags, cover art, seek tables, and cue sheets.

Q: How to ask questions, give comments & advises and report bugs?

A: Please contact us.
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