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Fre:ac for Linux

Feb 18.2021Version: 1.1.4

fre:ac for Linux is a free audio converter that contains several audio editing tools.

fre:ac for Linux was reviewed by Mihaela Olteanu
Formerly known as BonkEnc, it is an audio format converter that allows you to easily convert songs from one format to another and in addition has a function that allows you to search all the information in the file (title, album) from a database and allows editing of ID3 tags.

The simple interface allows quick and easy manipulation with fre:ac for Linux you can extract songs from audio CDs, encode music, convert files to MP3, MP4 / M4A, Ogg Vorbis, AAC, Bonk and FLAC formats. fre:ac for Linux - free audio converter supports UNICODE, ID3v2 and CDText tags. Note that it can also serve as an audio player and create playlists in M3U format.

In conclusion, it is a complete software that makes your work easier and allows you to keep all your music in the desired format, so you can listen to it on your favorite player.
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Tested
- Hardware: Intel Pentium G4400 - 3.30GHz - RAM 8GB
- Ubuntu 20.04.2 LTS
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+ fre:ac has been in our software catalog since Feb 18.2021.
+ The current version is 1.1.4 updated to Feb 18.2021.
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Robert Kausch
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1.1.4
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