Frequently Asked Questions

What are the different file formats?

FLAC is lossless compression. The files are perfect "lossless" representations of the original data in a compressed form (Free Lossless Audio Codec).
WAV is the original file completely unaltered but is also twice as large. For 99% of all users, FLAC is the best solution. The corresponding format for MAC is called "Apple Lossless" or similar. To play FLAC on a MAC use either, for example, VLC Media Player, or use FLACtunes, to convert it directly to Apple Lossless and simultaneously record it to the iTunes library. The whole process is carried out by a simple drag & drop.