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  • polemon
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libmp3lame-0.dll and libmad-0.dll
Hi, I'm staring to use SoX on Windows. The only problem is, I need compiled versions of libmad-0.dll and libmp3lame-0.dll. I can't compile them myself on windows, so I'm stuck to looking for them on the internet.

If someone could compile the latest versions of them and upload them here, that would be great.

This needs to be a 32 bit compile, not 64, as this is what SoX comes precompiled for Windows.

If someone could give me a hint on how I could compile that on a 64bit Linux, that would be greatly appreciated!
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  • romor
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libmp3lame-0.dll and libmad-0.dll
Reply #1
Doesn't SoX source provide neat one click MSVS solution for building it with all necessary libraries?

Even if you download ready-made SoX binary, you could always pipe in/out if you have trouble building
BTW putting both file names in Google search box does show them on first result page (with working download link)

  • polemon
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libmp3lame-0.dll and libmad-0.dll
Reply #2
Doesn't SoX source provide neat one click MSVS solution for building it with all necessary libraries?

That might be true, but I don't have Visual Studio.

Even if you download ready-made SoX binary, you could always pipe in/out if you have trouble building
BTW putting both file names in Google search box does show them on first result page (with working download link)

Yeah, but I'd like to have the latest versions if possible. Also, most filehoster links, I don't trust them...

(Also, when you put both filnames into google, you end up on this forum by now...)
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  • romor
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libmp3lame-0.dll and libmad-0.dll
Reply #3
That might be true, but I don't have Visual Studio.

There is also ready 'make' for Mingw or Cygwin if you don't have/want Visual Studio

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Yeah, but I'd like to have the latest versions if possible. Also, most filehoster links, I don't trust them...

What filehoster? Both links are shared on Google Code, and BTW 'latest' libmad is from 7 years old source

Sorry to note, but it seems to me you are not trying enought. Let's hope that someone would upload those files for you

  • polemon
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libmp3lame-0.dll and libmad-0.dll
Reply #4
Well, concerning libmad.dll I couldn't find any reliable download location.

As for libmp3lame.dll, http://lame.bakerweb.biz seems to be quite a good source.
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