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MP3 - General / Re: Lame 3.99.5 Intel Lib Compile
Last post by john33 -
Hi,

  That would be really great! Many thanks!

  Just remember that what I need is the lame_enc.dll with the same symbols of your libmp3lame.dll; for the 2 settings...

  best regards,


I assume that you need the same dll that works with Audacity? If so, this one works with the latest version of Audacity and should work on XP. Hopefully it will work for you, but let me know! ;)

lame_enc.dll 3.100 for Audacity
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General Audio / Re: The difference between Windows and Linux
Last post by KozmoNaut -
The main gripe of GNU/Linux is that pulseaudio took over but it's not production ready yet. It often decides it's time to get out of control and starts glitching, sometimes even completely obliterating the sound when only harsh noise comes out. (Or maybe it's also caused by bugs in drivers for my card; damned vendors care about Windows first and Linux support is an afterthought if done at all, afaik most drivers are reverse engineered by community)

I think this is very likely a driver issue. I have not had a single issue with Pulseaudio in years, on multiple machines with onboard audio, USB DACs, S/PDIF output, DisplayPort/HDMI output, you name it.

Back when I did have issues, that was on a pretty old Arch installation where I had manually installed PulseAudio on top of ALSA and manually kinda-sorta made everything work. On subsequent installs of Ubuntu, Mint and Neon, everything has just worked perfectly out of the box, and the only tweak I've done has been to change the resampling method.
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MP3 - General / Re: Lame 3.99.5 Intel Lib Compile
Last post by phanton29 -
Hi,

  That would be really great! Many thanks!

  Just remember that what I need is the lame_enc.dll with the same symbols of your libmp3lame.dll; for the 2 settings...

  best regards,

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General Audio / Re: The difference between Windows and Linux
Last post by Telepath -
Thanks for all the clarifications. I just placebo heared, that with a latence modified arch linux kernel, deadbeef audio player and a good lossless material, the sound quality is better than on Windows.
Windows 7 has a "not so good" audio mixer, of course its possible to bypass, but Idk, I am not satisfied with the out of the box sound on Windows.
Windows 10 is a whole different thing, but when it comes to audio I thought linux would be better.

Thanks for your engagement and clarifications.
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MP3 - General / Re: Lame 3.99.5 Intel Lib Compile
Last post by phanton29 -
Hi,

  Indeed, I have been verifying and my cpu does not have the sse1 registers... so, if someone compiles the version 3.99.5 for me, I will have to ask to not include the sse1 registers.

  best regards,

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MP3 - General / Re: Lame 3.99.5 Intel Lib Compile
Last post by phanton29 -
Hi all,

  I am using the libmp3lame.dll version 3.99.5 available at rarewares in all my systems but my old laptop with windows xp and without sse2 registers.

  In order to use the programs I created in this laptop I had to download the lame_enc.dll version 3.99.3 from the Buanco site (has the same symbols than the one from rarewares).

  So, now, at runtime I have to decide which of the 2 dlls to use.

  I am not worried with deciding which dll to use at runtime, but I am worried with using different versions of LAME.

  Is there a chance that someone can compile the version 3.99.5 with an old compiler that does not require sse2 and can be used in windows xp ?

  I have also downloaded the version 3.100 from Buanzo's site but I couls not use it in any of my 2 computers, probably because it even requires more recent registers. Is there a chance that someone compiles it for the following 2 configs: 1) the same config as the dll from rarewares; and 2) a config where sse2 registers are not available ?

  If no one can compile the 3.100 version as requested, it would be great if, at least, someone compiled the version 3.99.5 for a setting where sse2 registers are not required....

  best regards,
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Support - (fb2k) / Re: Song starts on first click. Help please
Last post by testpilot -
Hello,
any news on this topic? I've got the same problem. I wish to have an option/ a plugin that prevents me from switching to another title by doubleclick on playlist member. (Because sometimes my finger is doing things  8) )

I'm using foobar 1.4.1, ColumsUI, Affix-Silence, BPM Analyzer, Enhanced Spectrum Analyzer, Now Playing Simple, Playback Statistics, Playlist Attributes, Scheduler, Skip Silence, WASAPI Output and some visual enhancements ...

btw - I'm also using foobar for DJing at Tango-events .....

Greetings
Testpilot
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3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: External Tags
Last post by Anakunda -
I'm testing ET 1.0.7 now and the previously reported bug is gone. However not fully stable yet, external tags from CUE playlist not all transfer to output files on conversion (all ext. tags are used for filename scheme during conversion). Just the metadata transfer fails case by case.
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