Downloads All the latest media utilities. Ogg Vorbis encoder based upon the official oggenc. Uses SoXR resampling library in place of libsamplerate for speed and size benefits as well as maintaining high quality foobar qaac.exe. Accepts 8, 16, 24, 32 bit Int and Float RAW PCM input.
Includes facility to scale FLAC input using FLAC Replaygain Tag values – ICL 18 compiles. 32 bit compiles should run on XP SP3, or later. Vorbis-Tools for MacOS X using libvorbis v1. 2 for x86_64 on Snow Leopard 10. ALAC commandline encoder qaac under a Linux environment. It provides a simple copy and paste approach to an installation that can otherwise be somewhat complex as well as including instructions on commandline usage and finally most exciting for me personally: details of how to use qaac with the commandline ripper abcde. Installation Copy and paste directions for installing qaac and its associated libraries.
Commandline usage Directions for using qaac from the commandline. Importing flacs with a ‘for’ loop. Converting multiple flac files from the commandline. If this page helps anyone to get their first usage of this great command line encoder I will be very happy. I have revisited this page in January 2019 and followed all of the steps on a fresh Slackware install and it all worked beautifully, so hopefully it will work just as well on your own system! Installation One fundamental fact of qaac is that it is native Windows application so under Linux you will need to install the Wine package appropriate for your distro and you will also need both the 7z file archiver and the unzip utility.