File Extension FLAC
File extension FLAC is used by
FLAC files support storing multimedia metadata such as track title, artist, album, cover art etc. These files also support fast seeking to random position which makes jumps, fast-forwarding and rewinding possible. FLAC compression is based on linear prediction, Golomb-Rice coding and run-length encoding.
FLAC files can be played by many players on Windows platform including but not limited to: KMPlayer, GoldWave, Media Center version 12.0.3xx or greater, MediaMonkey, Winamp, JetAudio, foobar2000 etc.
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