Robert Kausch (enzo1982)

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Audio converter and CD ripper

fre:ac is a free and open source audio converter. It comes with an integrated tag editor and converts between various formats.

Features include:

  • Support for MP3, MP4/AAC, Opus, FLAC and other formats
  • Integrated player and tag editor
  • Support for playlists, cue sheets and chapters
  • Fast, multi-threaded conversion engine
  • Ability to convert to multiple formats at once
  • Can verify lossless input and output files
  • Support for freedb/CDDB queries and submits
  • Support for using command line codecs
  • User interface available in 40+ languages
  • Optional command line interface


In order to access files on removable media, you need to grant access by running: snap connect freac:removable-media

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Last updated
29 March 2020

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Ubuntu 18.04
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