[QUOTE=juancdg;2080364]Yes it has something to be dealing with errors. Let’s put it in a simple example: If you have an APE and at least 1 bit is modified (due to an error), consider your file destroyed, un-recoverable. While in FLAC, you will hear a little glitch (or in better cases you won’t hear anything) and that’s all, the file won’t be lost.[/QUOTE]
Is that the feature in FLAC where you can check “decode through errors”? But I don’t check that, so it doesn’t matter anymore? And isn’t the whole point of lossless to be perfect instead of having differences?
If you want to use APE, I suggest you to put the files in a RAR file, your files will be more protected from damage.
How does putting them in a RAR file prevent them from damage?