Do you have your favorite audio album only in FLAC format and needs to transfer it to iPod? One thing to know is that a FLAC file is a lossless audio codec. Unlike MP3, this means that no audio information is lost when you convert your files into this format. It may seem that FLAC is better than MP3 and WMA, and it really is. But the MP3-encoder produces smaller files, which is much more important for a player with a limited amount of memory. In addition, the FLAC format is not supported by iPod and other portable audio players. Thus, it makes no sense to use FLAC on portable devices. What things you need for the conversion? Only Audio Converter Plus!