How to Convert FLAC to MP3?

Introduction

Have you ever spent the time downloading your favorite audios that you sought after, only to find out that the files are all in FLAC format? FLAC means Free Lossless Audio Codec to more handy and popular MP3 file format. Though FLAC is a fine audio format, it is so large in file size. So it is not practical to send FLAC files through email or offer them for downloading on the internet. Besides, most portable devices like iPhone, iPod, Zune, etc. cannot play FLAC files. Just convert FLAC to MP3 with FLAC to MP3 Converter Free to have more convenience.

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Step 1. Input Audio

Launch FLAC to MP3 Converter Free. Click “Add File(s)… to input FLAC files from your computer to the task list. You are allowed to add a large quantity of audio files to be converted. With the conversion window, you can see the detailed information of the added files. If needed, use “Delete” or “Clear” button to remove the unwanted files and “Move Up/Move Down” button to change the order. You can also click “Play” button to play the selected file with the media player in your system.

Input Audio

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Step 2. Preset Output Settings

Click “Select… to choose an output folder to save the output files. Choose “To MP3 as the output format from WAV, MP3, WMA, OGG, AAC, M4a, FLAC and MP2. Then, adjust the format presets in the “Presets dropdown list if more precise output quality is required. Click “Convert to start conversion.

Preset Output Settings

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Step 3. Start Conversion

After you click “Convert”, some conversion information and a progress bar will be displayed within just few seconds, like the duration, status and progress of the conversion. The post-process options can be chose to play a sound or shutdown the computer when the conversion is finished.

Start Conversion

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When the process is complete, there is a summary report about the conversion. Click “Open folder to directly open the output folder in case that you don’t know where your output file is saved.

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