Here is the Sigur ros portion of the video. Apologies for any syncing issues. (the first few moments feature Olafur Arnalds)
(wmv) 91 mb
Re-Up~ Im not sure if this is the same video but its the only Swedish one with I have! Download
1. If you have not already done so, unzip the .zip files you downloaded using a utility like Stuffit Expander [link we used in previous post]. After unzipping, you should have a folder containing .flac files.
2. Close iTunes and QuickTime, if they are open.
3. Download and install Fluke [http://blowintopieces.com/
4. Restart iTunes.
5. Drag the .flac files onto the Fluke icon and you should see them get converted into iTunes. Alternatively, you can right-click/ctrl-click on the FLAC files and choose Open With > Other, then navigate to Fluke under Applications and press Open.
If for some reason Fluke doesn’t work for you, try the “Longer method to play FLAC files in iTunes” instructions [
Note: The files will need to be renamed in iTunes so that you will have the correct song titles and such.
Playing FLAC files on your iPod
iPod’s cannot read FLAC files. So even if you have FLAC files playing in iTunes, they will not transfer to your iPod. The only way to get iPod to recognize them is to convert them to a lossy format. If you are willing to do that, follow these instructions to convert them to the .m4a format iPod will read.
1. Open iTunes.
2. Select the file(s) and choose Advanced > Create AAC version.
3. You will then have duplicates in iTunes: the FLAC version and the AAC version. Only the AAC versions will transfer to the iPod when you sync it.