flacsync enables you to filter (by sub-directory or full path) the source files in order to limit the files converted. The script will also attempt to retain all meta-data fields in the output files.
·Hard disk space is cheap, but flash-based media players are still limited in capacity.
·Create an AAC encoded "mirror" of your music files for portability.
·Setup a daily cron job to always keep your FLAC and AAC files syncronized.
·Re-encode your FLAC library to different AAC bit-rates in one command.
Here are some key features of "flacsync":
· Mirror directory tree of FLAC files audio files to AAC (re-encoded using NeroAacEnc).
· Filter source tree using one or more sub-directory paths.
· By default, will only re-encode missing or out-of-date AAC files.
· Optionally deletes orphaned output files.
· Multi-threaded encoding ensures full CPU utilization.
· Supports transfer of FLAC meta-data including title, artist, album.
· Converts FLAC replaygain field to Apple iTunes Sound Check.
· Resizes and embeds album cover art JPEG files to destination files.