FLAC to iTunes Converter for Mac, play/convert FLAC files to iTunes MP3/WAV/AAC for Mac OS
FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec) is an audio for codec for lossless audio data compression. FLAC’s free and open source royalty-free nature makes it well-supported by many software applications. Compared to lossy formats like MP3, FLAC is limited at playback on portable audio devices and dedicated audio system.
So if you want to transfer FLAC files to your iTunes or MP3 player, it seems invalid. Don’t worry, MP3 Converter for Mac gives you the best solution. Download and install Mac MP3 Converter on your Mac, then start to convert FLAC to iTunes music, MP3, WAV, AAC, or AIFF. After conversion, you are allowed to put the converted FLAC on Apple iPod, iPhone, Sony PSP, Microsoft Zune, Sandisk Sansa, Creative Zen, Rim BlackBerry, Google Phone, etc.
Guide: How to convert FLAC to iTunes MP3/WAV/AAC/AIFF on Mac OS?
Step 1: Import FLAC files
Import FLAC files to MP3 Converter from your Mac hard drive. Batch conversion is supported for saving time to load and convert FLAC files one by one.
Step 2: Export FLAC to iTunes
From the profile list, select the audio type that you want to export to. To play with iTunes, MP3, WAV, AIFF, AAC, either one is OK.
Tip: If necessary, you can cut long FLAC files to small ones, just switch to Trim window.
Step 3: Convert FLAC to iTunes on Mac OS X
Find a destination to store new created audio files, then hit “Convert” button, MP3 Converter will start convert ingFLAC to iTunes music type that you specified.