WV files can be effortlessly turned into FLAC by using our WV to FLAC Converter.
WavPack (WV) allows users to compress (and restore) all PCM audio formats including 8, 16, and 24-bit ints; 32-bit floats; mono, stereo, and multichannel; sampling rates from 6 to 192 kHz. Like other lossless compression schemes the data reduction varies with the source, but it is generally between 25 % and 50 % for typical popular music and somewhat better than that for classical music and other sources with greater dynamic range.
Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC) is an audio compression codec primarily authored by Josh Coalson and Ed Whitney. As its name implies, FLAC employs a lossless data compression algorithm: a digital audio recording compressed by FLAC can be decompressed into an identical copy of the original audio data. Audio sources encoded to FLAC are typically reduced to 50–60% of their original size.
How to convert?
Step 1 Add video or audio formats
Press Add to add the WV you want to convert, then select FLAC as the output format.
Step 2 Edit the file (Optional)
Press to play the files and the timer will start to work. Press to stop.
This feature is designed for you to measure your favorite segment.
When you want to designate the segment, you can press to set starting time and ending time.
Press to listen to the selected segment.
Step 3 Customize the audio (Optional)
As can be seen from the diagram, the panel allows you to set the expected volume and output format of the audio, and to customize the sample rate, Bit rate and channels the audio will contain.
Press to listen to the audio.
Step 4 Customize the metadata information (Optional)
We can see from the picture that the metadata information of the output audio, such as title, author, copyright, comment, album, track, can be customized merely by typing in what you want to display.
Step 5 Get your cool melody
When all settings are completed, just press Start Button to gain your favorite FLAC from your output directory soon.