yes the Winamp mp3 encoder settings dialog isn't great / needs to be updated to whatever the suggested guidelines are now, but it otherwise works.
-- instead explain a lot about -V for VBR that are not offered by Winamp
-q is "Quality" when it is equal to Low / Normal / High / Very High. And then "VBR Q" is -V switch.
I cannot see why such DLL is better for Winamp users.
Quote from: lvqcl on 15 December, 2011, 09:49:54 AMI cannot see why such DLL is better for Winamp users. The INI-driven DLL wasn't invented just for Winamp users. Other rippers/encoders used to offer less than satisfactory control over LAME's options, older PlexTools for one.
As mentioned a bitrate increase is to be expected, and I subscribe to shadowking's take on the matter here http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....st&p=769219.
What's the deal with the lowpass filter? Is it on both v3.98 and 3.99? Has anyone viewed the frequency spectrum of two files at the same quality setting?
Quote from: d_headshot on 20 December, 2011, 10:15:29 PMWhat's the deal with the lowpass filter? Is it on both v3.98 and 3.99? Has anyone viewed the frequency spectrum of two files at the same quality setting?Are you suggesting that there is a difference that you can actually hear and it has gotten worse with the new version?If not then I fail to see why this matters!
If not then I fail to see why this matters!
Changelog:LAME 3.99.4 January 25 2012 * Robert Hegemann o Fix for tracker item [ 3475581 ] lame crashes at .w64 input file o Addressing things brought to attention by tracker item [ 3463197 ] 3.99.x problem WFED and PCST frames + WFED and PCST frames can now be added, to tag podcasts iTunes recognizes + USER frames are now supported + COMM frames can now have a description, when passed via --tv "COMM=description=full text" + possible divide-by-zero exception should be fixed + adding malformed user-defined-frames could result in abnormal program termination, fixed
All compiles now available on Rarewares so the above link is removed.