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Looking for fastenc.exe
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I have bought INtel deluxe in order to archive my LP's, and the manual says that I can get a fastencc.exe  MP3 encoder free but the fastencc website tells me it is no longer available. Can anyone help please?

  • lvqcl
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I have bought INtel deluxe in order to archive my LP's


So you want to use integrated soundcard? Usually they can suffer from... how it's in english... noise pickups?

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and the manual says that I can get a fastencc.exe MP3 encoder


This manual seems quite outdated.

edit: internal -> integrated.
  • Last Edit: 06 December, 2009, 09:55:31 AM by lvqcl

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Google found this site, where you can download FASTENCC.EXE (I think).

But, you should probably be using the excellent, (but unlicensed), LAME[/color] MP3 encoder.

If you download Audacity (FREE!!!) and install LAME [/u] (FREE!!!), you can digitally record your LPs and save them as MP3.

For more information on LAME and MP3 compression start here[/color].

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...in order to archive my LP's...
  There is a lot of helpful information about digitizing LPs here[/color].  (I use Wave Repair[/color] to remove "snap", "crackle", and "pop".)