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looking for a way to unravel them im new to the mac had tryd macflac but it dosent work

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http://xiph.org/quicktime/about.html

I have not tried it, but if itunes can then play flac file, you may be able to re-rip the tunes to AAC if you have an ipod
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I have not tried it, but if itunes can then play flac file, you may be able to re-rip the tunes to AAC if you have an ipod
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Here is a step by step guide to playing flac files in iTunes

http://earpick.wordpress.com/2007/06...itunes-on-mac/

Once they can play in iTunes you can use the Convert to AAC command in iTunes under the advanced menu with no need to convert to WAV
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