do any of you know of a good conversion tool, preferably included in the Feodra repositories, that I can use to convert any audio file (most important: m4a, mp3, flac) to m4a/aac using NeroAacEnc?
I got myself an X-Fi3 and the thing seems to be pretty picky about which kinds of AAC it accepts. My aac files that I encoded using faac/sound-juicer don't seem to be to its liking, so I tried quite a lot to get them to play and DISPLAY correctly (since when I re-encoded them using soundconverter, they were visible and I could play them, but the tags didn't work). I found that iTunes (of course...) files work, even with the correct tags and researched some more. Finally I came across the Nero AAC encoder which seems to create files that are acceptable to his majesty, King of Pickiness the 3rd (the X-Fi3).
Now the only thing missing for me to be absolutely happy is a GUI that batch-converts my files to AAC with the NeroAAC encoder. I am currently testing Asunder for future ripping purposes, but also need to convert the old AAC files to the "new" kind..
Thanks in advance for help/suggestions