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Old 03 May 2012, 07:45 pm   #3
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You can use mpcenc and mpcdec either through the command-line interface in Windows or a front-end program with a graphical user interface. See the Program Overview page for a list.

If you use foobar2000 for example, you could right-click the file/s in the playlist, choose Convert, set the output format to Musepack and the first time you convert it will ask you for the location of mpcenc.exe. To convert an mpc file to wav, same thing but set the output format to wav (no need for mpcdec.exe since the player already has an internal decoder for the format).
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