XLD Windows - Download the Best X Lossless Decoder Windows

Download XLD for Windows to Converter and Play WAV, AIFF, FLAC, APE, M4A, AU, SHN, etc

Sep 18, 2015, Posted by Shirley White

XLD Introduction

XLD (Stands for X Lossless Decoder) is a one-stop solution to decode, convert and play various lossless audio files. It also works as a secure CD Ripper, but only for XLD version 20080812 and later. The main feature of this tool is capable of splitting audio into tracks with cue sheet.

Here is the list of XLD supported formats: OGG(.ogg), FLAC (.flac), Monkey's Audio (.ape), Wavpack (.wv), TTA (.tta), Apple Lossless (.m4a) [10.4 and later], AIFF, WAV, LAME MP3, QuickTime AAC, HE-AAC, and Opus, DDP image, CUE Sheet generation, AccurateRip technology, etc.

The output formats that you can set currently are WAVE, AIFF and Raw PCM. Besides, you can select Ogg Vorbis (aoTuV), MPEG-4 AAC (QuickTime/CoreAudio), MP3 (LAME), Apple Lossless, FLAC, HE-AAC (aacPlus v1/v2), Wave64 and WavPack in the GUI version.

X Lossless Decoder Windows

As we all know, X Lossless Decoder only has Mac version. If you are Windows users and need a XLD for Windows, here is the best choice - Faasoft XLD Windows.

With this XLD Converter Windows, it is not only easy to convert and play any lossless audio files like FLAC, AIFF, WAV, AAC, APE, M4A, AU, SHN, etc, but also transcode almost all kinds of audio files, for example, MP3, DTS, WMA, XWM, 3GA, MKA, RA, RAM, AIFC, CAF, MPC, QCP, VOC, VOX, GSM, etc. Not only that, Faasoft XLD Windows enables to extract audio from any video.

In addition to convert audio files, Faasoft XLD for Windows can do all the jobs that X LossLess Decoder does such as split audio file into multiple tracks with chapter and cue sheet. This powerful XLD for Windows also has many other useful features that XLD doesn't support like merge several audio files into one, adjust audio volume, change audio channel, remove needless parts from audio, compress the size of audio file, etc.

How to Use XLD for Windows?

Free download XLD Windows on your Windows (Windows 10 included). Next, install and run X Lossless Decoder for Windows. The following guide introduces the steps on how to use this XLD Converter for Windows.

Step 1 Add audio file
It is quite easy to import audio to XLD for Windows: just drag and drop your audio that you want to convert to the program main interface.

Step 2 Set output format
Click the drop-down button on the right side of "Profile" to choose output format as your need. If you care much about the quality, please choose output format from "Lossless Audio" category. If you don't mind loss quality, select output format from "General Audio" category.

Step 3 Edit audio file
Click "Trim" button and a window pops up. There you can set the start Time and End Time to cut off the parts you don't want.

To join the selected contents into one file or split one audio to multiple tracks, click "Merge Selected into One" or "Split by Chapter" from context menu.

To process some advanced editing, click "Settings..." button of this XLD for Windows to go to "Advanced Settings" tab, there you can change audio channel, adjust audio volume and sample rate, etc.

Step 4 convert audio file
Once all are done, click the round "Convert" button on the bottom of this X Lossless Decoder Windows to finish the audio conversion.

XLD Alternative

Although XLD is a quite powerful audio decoder for Mac, it still has some shortcomings, for example, incompatible with WMA, XWM, 3GA, CAF, MPC, QCP, VOC, VOX, GSM and so on, limited editing functions and lack of GUI, etc. In this case, you may prefer to a more efficient and useful tool. Faasoft XLD Converter for Mac is just the right one, which covers the shortage of XLD. It is really worth a try.