One reason why many users choose to convert OPUS files to other formats, such as FLAC, MP3, WMA, etc., is lack of players supporting the OPUS audio format. Hopefully more and more devices will get OPUS support in the nearest future. Right now we have to use more wide-spread audio file types.
While common audio converters tend to decrease the quality of the source file during conversion,
Total Audio Converter is an exception. Driven by a powerful engine and featuring a broad spectrum of audio quality options, this OPUS converter creates high quality FLAC files, making them barely different from OPUS audio files in terms of sound quality.
On top of that, Total Audio Converter is one of the fastest audio converters available. Thanks to its batch function, it can process a dozen of albums and open the output folder automatically, thus bringing you the result on a silver platter.
How to Convert OPUS Files
In order to convert OPUS to FLAC, you need to make a few standard steps:
This converter features command line, so you can access the list of commands via Help menu and use them.
Once installed, Total Audio Converter integrates into the OS and adds Convert to option to the right-button menu.
If you wish to see how this program works, you don't need to buy it immediately. Visit our website and download the free 30-day trial version.