I would like to know if you know a software for macos that will check the flac files I have on the disk to see if they are corrupt.
I currently go bash like this
" find * -type f -iname ‘*.flac’ -print0 | xargs --null flac -wst -c 2"
but it is impractical.
Why do you find this impractical? Too many errors? You could use
&> to pipe output to a file.
yes my pipe output contains a thousand line of garbage.
I was thinking of using some nice and clean graphics tool in classic apple macos style.
If anyone knows of anything I would appreciate it
I thought those switches only output errors… perhaps I should check?
Unless DBPowerAmp can check, I’m not aware of a Mac app like Flac Frontend.
Audio File Health Check, by the maker of the very useful Yate.
Try this instead:
find * -type f -iname ‘*.flac’ -print0 | xargs --null flac -st -c 2
This should eliminate warnings, but still display errors.