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  • tsnr
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LAME 3.98.4
download (mediafire)

LAME 3.99 alpha 3
download (mediafire)


Win32:
lame.exe - the command line encoder, used from the Windows command shell
lame_enc.dll - LAME encoding library, generally used with CD rippers, etc
lame.acm - windows acm codec.

x64:
lame64.exe
lame_enc64.dll
lame64.acm

Bundle compiled with Intel Compiler 11.1.060.

  • Last Edit: 23 March, 2010, 02:12:01 AM by tsnr

  • Alex B
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Reply #1
LAME 3.98.4
download (mediafire)

LAME 3.99 alpha 3
download (mediafire)


Win32:
lame.exe - the command line encoder, used from the Windows command shell
lame_enc.dll - LAME encoding library, generally used with CD rippers, etc
lame.acm - windows acm codec.

x64:
lame64.exe
lame_enc64.dll
lame64.acm

Bundle compiled with Intel Compiler 11.1.060.



scam?

(Edit: full quote to protect against possible edits by OP)
  • Last Edit: 23 March, 2010, 03:08:17 AM by Alex B

  • tsnr
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  • Larson
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Reply #3
Thank you so much  how can I get lame x64 to work with dbpoweramp? sorry for the noob question

  • Alex B
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Reply #4
At HA the OP is noobier than you. Let's see if the OP provides support for the release.

EDIT

http://www.virustotal.com didn't find anything scary in the exe files. Only "Symantec 20091.2.0.41, 2010.03.23" thinks that the files are suspicous.
  • Last Edit: 23 March, 2010, 03:34:12 AM by Alex B

  • TechVsLife
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Reply #5
Thank you so much  how can I get lame x64 to work with dbpoweramp? sorry for the noob question

I believe that you can't use a 64 bit dll/exe from within a 32 bit program (dbpoweramp is 32-bit) -- at least not easily (in any case you probably wouldn't see advantages from the switching/thunking).  (The 64-bit release of dbpoweramp is supposed to be rel. 15 or so.)
  p.s. this is a pure guess but you might be able to hardcode and call a 64-bit cmd.exe batch using the cli encoder, but I doubt it would work b/c dbpoweramp interfaces with it and probably calls 32-bit cmd there (I haven't tried).
  • Last Edit: 23 March, 2010, 03:36:04 AM by TechVsLife

  • Alex B
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Reply #6
I sent also the acm and dll files to virustotal. The results are the same as earlier. The files appear to be clean, except that Symantec found them suspicious.
  • Last Edit: 23 March, 2010, 03:44:03 AM by Alex B

  • tsnr
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Reply #7
I sent also the acm and dll files to virustotal. The results are the same as earlier. The files appear to be clean, except that Symantec found them suspicious.

I do not know, why are the results from Symantec's.




I'm using Avast Pro 4.8.1368 (vps: 100322-0), Windows XP x64 SP2.








  • Bodhi
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Reply #8
No problem with NOD32.
But I'll wait...

  • PeterJvM
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Reply #9
No problem with NOD32.
But I'll wait...


Very wise since on sourcefoge.net you can find this:
Latest LAME release: v3.98.3 (February 2010)
  • Last Edit: 23 March, 2010, 05:08:51 AM by PeterJvM
Stpuid questions do not exist.

  • Larson
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Reply #10
it's untrue,on lame website and sourceforge.net is already present the 3.98.4 version

http://sourceforge.net/projects/lame/files/lame/
  • Last Edit: 23 March, 2010, 05:21:51 AM by Larson

lame 3.98.4, 3.99 alpha
Reply #11
From changelog:

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Robert Hegemann
Fix for Bugtracker item [ 2973877 ] A problem regarding the new drain code


But what a problem was??

  • Bodhi
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Reply #12
But what a problem was??

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Hi,

I'll release LAME 3.98.4 soon, because of a bug in 3.98.3, which may result
in a malformed bitstream sometimes (mostly high bitrate CBR). (Bugs item #2973877)
Has anyone else something that needs to get fixed before a 3.98-branch release?

Ciao Robert

  • GeSomeone
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Reply #13
So now the smoke has cleared ... thanks for the heads-up (and the quick compile) tsnr.
In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice. In practice there is.

  • john33
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Reply #14
A full set of win 32 builds of 3.98.4 is now at Rarewares as is the 3.99a3 bundle.
John
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My compiles and utilities are at http://www.rarewares.org/

  • robert
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Reply #15
Btw. I would welcome some feedback on the unicode filename problematic. Prior to 3.99, filenames with unicode characters, that are not represented in 8-bit code pages, didn't work with LAME. I hope that 3.99 solves it. It would be nice, if windows users with non-latin1 character code pages could test it.

  • Alex B
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Reply #16
Regarding Rarewares, the server may not work correctly at the moment.

The addresses:
http://rarewares.org/
http://www.rarewares.org/
- do not open the home page. No error message is displayed. The browser window stays empty.

The addresses:
http://rarewares.org/index.php
http://www.rarewares.org/index.php
- work normally.

I tested this with Firefox, Opera and I.E. Can anyone else confirm the problem?
  • Last Edit: 23 March, 2010, 09:17:36 AM by Alex B

  • Larson
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Reply #17
I confirm the rarewares problem too!

  • Bodhi
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Reply #18
Same for me but I use this address

lame 3.98.4, 3.99 alpha
Reply #19
So, what compile should I use? Posted by the topic starter or downloaded from rarewares? o.O
  • Last Edit: 23 March, 2010, 10:20:34 AM by Steve Forte Rio

  • john33
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Reply #20
Regarding Rarewares, the server may not work correctly at the moment.

The addresses:
http://rarewares.org/
http://www.rarewares.org/
- do not open the home page. No error message is displayed. The browser window stays empty.

The addresses:
http://rarewares.org/index.php
http://www.rarewares.org/index.php
- work normally.

I tested this with Firefox, Opera and I.E. Can anyone else confirm the problem?

This should now be resolved, I think!
John
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My compiles and utilities are at http://www.rarewares.org/

  • Alex B
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Reply #21
It works now. Thanks.

  • john33
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Reply #22
It works now. Thanks.

Thank you kindly.
John
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My compiles and utilities are at http://www.rarewares.org/

lame 3.98.4, 3.99 alpha
Reply #23
Can someone tell me why I'm getting different audiostreams with compiles by tsnr and john33??

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Differences found: 4389914 sample(s), starting at 2.1563265 second(s), peak: 0.0983066 at 149.9082993 second(s), 2ch


Also encoding is about 1.5x faster with tsnr's compile 

Parameters (foobar2000):

--silent -b 320 -q 0 --noreplaygain - %d

  • db1989
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Reply #24
Different compilers produce different code. Different code may perform computations slightly differently, producing slightly different results, and/or be faster.

Edit: After john33's post, I realised that I should have mentioned that any such differences are almost certainly infinitesimal.
  • Last Edit: 23 March, 2010, 01:02:18 PM by dv1989