Linux and Nero AAC

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Command Line Interface

While Nero have released a free command-line AAC encoder for Windows, one is not available for Linux.

The Windows executables (neroAacEnc.exe, neroAacTag.exe, etc) can be used in Linux via the use of Wine, a Windows emulator. Users familiar with a command-line interface can use these programs directly by doing something like the following:

wine neroAacEnc.exe -if infile.wav -of.wav

Graphical User Interfaces

An easier long-term solution would be to link in the command-line encoder into a graphical user interface.