in iPod + iTunes + AppleTV edited January 2014
Has anyone tried AAChoo? According to the FAQ:


Q: What are Ovolab AAChoo's advantages over iTunes?

A: Besides its ease of use and batch processing functionality, Ovolab AAChoo rips music using a better-quality encoding process, still relying on QuickTime 6. Apparently, iTunes' encoding is lower-quality than Ovolab AAChoo's "High" encoder quality setting.


Better-quality encoding? Looks like we need to ask Apple to give us that "better-quality encoding" in iTunes itself. That better-quality encoder must be what Apple uses in the iTunes Music Store.

Getting back to AAChoo, I wonder if you can drag an AIFF into it and get a better-quality ACC file than iTunes can encode?


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