Thats the only drag about FLAC... It's not supported by iTunes (yet) but I am hopeful that it will be eventually... remember, this is still relatively new tech. ALAC is only 4 years old, so in typical Apple fashion they kind of force iTunes users to use their version of lossless. Also keep in mind that if you only want to use iTunes as your interface, Apple lossless loses to FLAC in terms of flexibility but not much else. Believe me I struggled with that decision quite a bit. I have come to really enjoy the iTunes interface (though I'm not a big fan of the latest version, I like the previous one better). I do hope to see FLAC support in iTunes in the next couple of years. Perhaps if enough of us write to apple requesting that support, they just may listen.
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10/31/08 at 11:46pm