When you rip a music CD to Windows, what program do you use?


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    When you rip a music CD to Windows, what program do you use?


    I have a Mac and when I put the CD in, iTunes pops up so that I can import it, but FLAC is not one of the options.
    If I want to save the CD music files in FLAC in Windows, what program do I have to use?
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  2. Sam Vimes's Avatar
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    Windows Media Player will do FLAC or you could try Foobar 2000
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  3. spunk's Avatar
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    If you are still interested in Ripping on a Mac to FLAC, try this:CD to FLAC Mac: How to Rip CD to FLAC on macOS(Mojave included)?
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    spunk,

    I just tried using the ImTOO app but it crashes every time I open it. Do you have another app suggestion?

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    Sam Vimes said:
    Windows Media Player will do FLAC or you could try Foobar 2000
    It seems like dBpoweramp is a popular choice for Mac. Would it not be a good choice for Windows?
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  6. ignatzatsonic's Avatar
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    CDex worked very well the last time I used it--been a few years.
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