LAME 3.99.4

LAME 3.99.4

LAME is a well designed MP3 software that will allow you to encode all your music, sound, and voice into a readable format for your computer or external device.

Despite the meaning of its letters (LAME Ain't an Mp3 Encode) since it was a patch originally, this great software can be use along with most software that convert from WAV to MP3.

LAME highlight for his fast encoding and his constant work on quality. It also uses MPEG1, MPEG2 and 2.5 layer II encoding.

Its encoding engine can compile as a shared library: Linux/UNIX, work with dll, use the direct show filter or ACM coded that works with windows. It also have the ability of GPSYCHO that allow to shape the noise and acoustic. This software contains presets that are powerful and easy to use.

LAME is a great software that integrate well with other converter software and can help you to save your music, sound or voice in a high quality MP3 format in no time.

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  • Version3.99.4
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