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Why not WinLame?
Sep 9th, 2001 at 5:46am
 
Hello,

I'm new here so I may have overlooked this.  In reading the various pages I noticed that it was recommended to download LAME then install RazorLame as a GUI front end to it.  However, WinLame is available as a complete GUI application from the LAME website and requires no compiling or anything - it's just ready to go.  Is there some reason WinLame should not be used?

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Ray Mitchell
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Re: Why not WinLame?
Reply #1 - Sep 10th, 2001 at 6:17am
 
less,

razorlame does not require compiling.

winlame is still in development. see here:

http://winlame.sourceforge.net/

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Re: Why not WinLame?
Reply #2 - Sep 18th, 2001 at 5:30pm
 
Are you aware of Win32Lame?  It packages both Lame and Razorlame together, thus eliminating the steps that Lesser pointed out above (download LAME then install RazorLame seperately).

See  http://r3mix.net/ ;   Click on the "News" section, and on that page there is a link to download Win32lame provided at the very top under the "Current Recommended Encoder" box.

Most current version of Win32lame v1.7 (Razorlame 1.1.4 and Lame v3.90)
 
 
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Re: Why not WinLame?
Reply #3 - Sep 19th, 2001 at 4:21am
 
Kang,

No win32 'release' binaries have been released yet. See here:

http://www.win32lame.com/pages/rel_Win32_Bin.html
 
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