FLAC player. I think your SOL on the organization part, as it's very simple in iTunes. I on the other hand find that the ripping encoding is quite nice, but there may be other apps to rip audio: but they may also cost money.technicolor said:It does not play FLAC.
I also dont like the way it organizes music.
The rip encoding sucks.
Um... the universe?eXan said:Who uses MP3 anyway?
conditionals said:Ok I was a bit unfair. iTunes is an amazing AAC encoder, but if you want higher quality mp3s, then LAME is the way to go. A comparison between LAME V0 and iTunes 256 VBR (same file size) will boggle your mind.
Exactly why I use mp3!conditionals said:
Who are you? And do you actually think I have to answer to you either way?eva01 said:file sharing?
as in stealing music or your own created music?
Thanks, yeah its windoze only.luckylisp said:Technicolor, mediamonkey might be what you're looking for. It's a free program and you can use flac files. It does seem to work in similar fashion to iTunes, so it might not be for you, but here's the link if you're interested:
Hmm, it might be windows only though, not sure as I haven't used it myself.