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New AuI ConverteR 48x44 v.4.3.8. Fixed Trouble iTunes AIFF Metadata Compability


Released new high resolution audio file format converter AuI ConverteR 48x44 v. 4.3.8 DFF, DSF, ISO, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, ALAC:
- Supported FLAC metadata editor.
- For AIFF audio files was iTunes audio player incompability by showing artwork.
- Now no need any action by user for switch on DST compressed ISO compability.

Audio converter AuI ConverteR 48x44 v.4.3.2. DFF decompressor binding ability


Download free HD audio converter AuI ConverteR 48x44 for high resolution music


 iTunes compability

iTunes support non-standard id3 format metadata. For tag fielsd with length more 127 bytes (like pictures) can appear troubles of incompability. It lead to non- or partitially showed artwork.

AuI ConverteR can recognize and decode/encode metadata in id3 format compatible with iTunes.

For force iTunes compatible format need in AuI ConverteR's main window click Settings button. In opened Settings windows select Metadata tab. Turn on (checked state) Compability metatags with iTunes switch.


FLAC metadata editor

AuI ConverteR 48x44 for FREE, Audiophil-E and above editions since v.4.3.8 able edit FLAC and DSF metadata. Supported group editing and multi artwork (front, rear, band photo, etc.) into FLAC or DSF audio file support.

Compressed ISO reading ability by default

Now user no need manually switch on DST compressed ISO ability.

For reading non-compressed ISO no need additional actions.



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FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec) is audio codec to lossless compression and file container for music stuff. This file have extension like the codec name.

"Lossless" mean "original and compressed audio content are fully identical binary".

Sound quality issues are reviewed below.

Where is the Limit of Audio Quality?

I read many endless discussions about audio equipment: cables, lossless vs. lossy, compression algorithms, jitter, ultrasound, playback files from different places of hard disk, power conditioners, etc.

I suppose, reason of the discussions is small perceived sound difference, that is not obvious for everybody, or no difference.

It is the end of high-end?

Below I want to discuss: can we get sound improvement, obvious for almost everyone, in future audio equipment?


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