over on the hoffman boards at
http://www.stevehoffman.tv/forums/showt ... ost3867322
the editor of NZ audio mag AudioEnz is looking to mass-convert between AIFF and ALAC files, and replicating an existing file/folder structure:
> I'm looking for an easy way to convert files ripped in iTunes between AIFF and Apple Lossless formats.
> Ideally I'd be able to find a program that will read from one folder and place the converted files, with the same folder structure, into another directory. Ideally.
> I know that iTunes itself will convert, but it then leaves both versions in the same folder, which is kinda useless if you're trying to save space.
> I need a solution that will work on my Mac. Any ideas?
can anyone respond as to if/how this is possible with MAX?
Discuss Max, an open source CD audio extractor and audio converter.
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Max could do this if the folder structure can be gleaned by looking at the file's tags. For example, artist/album or some such. A more complex layout would not work with Max currently.