How to re-code my MP3ses without paying!
So I wanna re-encode my bigger MP3 files in order to put them in the PSP and save some mega-octets.
But googling it gives me a mess of shareware and nagware with locked features, and it would take a loooong time to find out a free one that doesn't annoy me.
do you fine and intelligent fellows know of any quick, free re-enconder that could help me?
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EDIT: Argh, no, dBpoweramp will convert to WAVE only, without paying for LAME.
God I hate LAME.
I thought LAME, being open-source, etc, was supposed to be free?
Why would you pay for something thats free?
Yeah, that's it, sorry.
HOWEVER, old versions, of course, don't have that restriction, so they're still kosher. Search Google for "dbPowerAMP 10" (the last release to have free encoding enabled) and you'll find it. I have a copy around here too on one of my backup DVDs, (i thought I had it on the hard drive, but I just looked, no dice..) I'll try and dig it up.
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It's possible to support MP3 encoding without paying a license fee. Audacity gets away with it by requiring the user to download LAME separately.