January 28th, 2015 by Smile Harney
As we know that WAV, as a lossless audio format, can save sounds 100% faithful to the original source, but one obvious drawback is that WAV is always in huge size and takes more space. And WAV can not save information data, like artist, album name, lyrics, etc. either.
Like WAV, FLAC is also a lossless audio codec and can offer better audio quality. Unlike WAV, FLAC often takes less space and is easily transmitted and downloaded on the internet. FLAC can be supported by many devices and systems: Mobile phone: Android 3.1 (Honeycomb) onward, the OS, HTC, Samsung, iPhone -- with an app, etc. Windows: Media Monkey, JRiver, etc. Mac: downloading Fluke for iTunes or Songbird. MP3 Players: Sony's Walkman NWZ-ZX1,PonoPlayer, MP3 players developed by Creative, iRiver and FiiO. Hi-fi: Samsung's Shape Multiroom system, multiroom Sonos system and the Phorus PR-1.
So sometimes, we need convert WAV to FLAC to reduce the audio size or transport conveniently on the internet in which cases a WAV to FLAC converter will be needed.
iDealshare VideoGo is just the ideal WAV to FLAC converter which can batch convert WAV to FLAC at fast speed and with the original audio quality. Besides converting WAV to FLAC, it also can convert WAV to Apple Lossless, AIFF, WMA, AAC, AC3, MP3, MP2, AU, RA, OGG, and etc.
The converting WAV to FLAC step by step guide is as follows:
Click "Add file" button to add WAV files to this WAV to FLAC Converter.
Click "Profile" button to select FLAC as the output format from the "Lossless Audio" category.
Click "Convert" button to complete converting WAV to FLAC with high audio quality.