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Convert your AIFF files online. You can convert your AIFF documents from any platform (Windows, Linux, macOS). No registration needed. Just drag and drop your AIFF file on upload form, choose the desired output format and click convert button. Once conversion completed you can download your FLAC file.
You even can perform more advanced conversions. For example you can convert password protected documents. Just expand LoadOptions and enter the password of your file. Or you can add a watermark to the converted FLAC file. Expand the ConvertOptions and fill the fields for watermarking.
Converted FLAC files are stored in the cloud. Privacy is 100% guaranteed. All documents are removed from the cloud after 24 hours.
You can convert your AIFF documents from anywhere, from any machine or even from a mobile device. The AIFF converter is always available online and is completely free.
The AIFF (Audio Interchange File Format) is an uncompressed audio file format developed by Apple in 1998, but is based on EA IFF 85 (Standard for Interchange Format Files developed by Electronic Arts), a wrapper format used on Amiga systems. This file format comes up with a standard for storing sampled sounds. The format is good enough in flexibility, and enables the storage of monaural or multichannel sampled sounds at various sample rates and sample widths. Since the AIFF files are uncompressed, this thing making them bigger in size than other lossy formats such as MP3. These files consist of 2 channels of uncompressed stereo audio with 16 bits sample size, recorded at 44.1 khz. Because of high quality of audio, a 5 minute audio can take upto 50MB disk space which is similar to WAV file format.
FLAC(Free Lossless Audio Codec) is a lossless compression audio coding format developed by Xiph.Org Foundation. FLAC is a royalty-free open format that is saved with the .flac extension. Digital audio compressed using the FLAC algorithm is typically reduced to 50 to 70 percent in size. FLAC files can be decompressed to an identical copy of the original audio files.
You can also convert AIFF into many other file formats. Please see the complete list below.