FLAC and Total Recorder

Total Recorder can be used as a FLAC converter, FLAC editor, and FLAC recorder. With the FLAC conversion feature, you can convert FLAC files to MP3, WAV, WMA, OGG, APE, and other supported formats. To convert multiple files at the same time, you can use the built-in batch conversion engine. Using the program's FLAC tag editor, you can easily edit, add or delete tag data, as well as generate file names based on tag information (such as the artist's or album's name, track's title, genre, or track number).

FLAC is a lossless audio codec. Lossless means that if you encode uncompressed (PCM) data into FLAC format and then decode the resulting FLAC file, the decoded file will be exactly the same as the original PCM file.

Support for FLAC format is built into Total Recorder. You do not need to download any additional software or libraries to work with FLAC format.

Total Recorder supports FLAC format based on the FLAC libraries. You can display the version of the FLAC libraries being used on the "FLAC" dialog (menu Options -> Settings, Formats tab). Note that Total Recorder supports FLAC files only in "native" FLAC format; Ogg-FLAC files are not supported.

Refer to the following links to learn more about FLAC format:
// flac .sourceforge.net