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Which version of lame to use?
I am looking to download lame from RareWares.  There are 3.97 beta 2 and 3.98 alpha 3.  Which version should I use?

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I am looking to download lame from RareWares.  There are 3.97 beta 2 and 3.98 alpha 3.  Which version should I use?

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You should use 3.97b2 it's the recommended version.
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3.97b2 is the recommended one.

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Thanks!

Does the build take advantage of different types of cpu?

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It does not.

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It does. Lame is using mmx/3dnow/sse depending on available features.

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It does. Lame is using mmx/3dnow/sse depending on available features.
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But of course, it has for many years now.
I thought the original poster's question was more along the lines of Hyperthreading/64-bit/DualCore support.

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On the topic of LAME versions, I read on here recently that someone was using a '3.98a3-3' version of LAME. Will this just be the latest version from Rarewares?

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Yeah.  Sorry that I did not make it clear.

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It does. Lame is using mmx/3dnow/sse depending on available features.
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But of course, it has for many years now.
I thought the original poster's question was more along the lines of Hyperthreading/64-bit/DualCore support.
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I'm aiming this at Gabriel more than anyone as he's the only person i can remember who delvelops LAME.  Are you planning support for Hyperthreading/64-bit/DualCore CPU's? This isn't a critisism or a wish list by any mean I just want to know what you guys are planning for the future [i hope i haven't offend the other developers by not remembering their names. but Gabriel's name always comes up in my mind for some reason and im so awful at remembering names  ].

Anyway I'm thankful that we all have dedicated people doing lame and also HA.org as you guys and i mean everyone has completely changed my perspective on lossy audio, i'm just sorry i can't as of now donate more. I don't give me money easily [call me tight or what you want LMAO] but if i enjoy something that i use often its worth contributing to  it, so thanks all again to everyone in HA for making this a unique forum to enjoy.

Alex [Doktor Lorenz]
Morality, like art, means drawing a line someplace. (Oscar Wilde)

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