LameXP 4.10 beta

Updated: 9 Apr 2014 | Freeware | 20MB | Downloads: 271539

LameXP is a graphical front-end for the LAME MP3 Encoder, Ogg Vorbis and Nero AAC audio encoders.
The Nero Encoder is not included in the download, it's available from the Nero Webseite as free download.

Currently the following input formats are supported by LameXP:

- AC-3 (ATSC A/52), using Valib decoder [built-in]
- Advanced Audio Coding (AAC), using FAAD decoder [built-in]
- Apple Lossless (ALAC)
- Apple/SGI AIFF
- Avisynth, audio only [requires Avisynth 2.5.x to be installed]
- Digital Theater System, using Valib decoder [built-in]
- Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC)
- Microsoft ADPCM
- Monkey's Audio (APE)
- MPEG Audio-Layer I (MP1), using mpg123 decoder [built-in]
- MPEG Audio-Layer II (MP2), using mpg123 decoder [built-in]
- MPEG Audio-Layer III (MP3), using mpg123 decoder [built-in]
- Musepack
- Opus Audio Codec

- Shorten
- Speex
- Sun/NeXT Au
- The True Audio (TTA)
- Uncompressed PCM / Waveform Audio File (WAV/RIFF)
- WavPack Hybrid Lossless Audio
- Windows Media Audio (WMA), using wma2wav [built-in]

Key Features of LameXP 4.0:

- Complete re-write of LameXP in C++ using the Qt Framework.
- Switching from dated Delphi IDE (version from 2002) to an up-to-date tool chain (VS2008 or GCC 4.5.x).
- Full Unicode support, which means that all problems with "Codepages" and "strange characters" will finally be gone!
- Support for multiple platforms (Windows, Linux, MacOS X) will be possible.
- Creating new LameXP translations will be much easier for contributors thanks to the Qt Linguist tool.
 Note: This is an early technology preview that doesn't do much yet, but you can test the Unicode support already.

Features of LameXP 4.0:

- Creates MP3 (MPEG 1.0 Audio-Layer III) files
- Provides a graphical user-interface for Windows XP
- Provides the highest possible MP3 quality/compression-rate
- Supports PCM Wave-Audio files, MP3 files and raw PCM files
- Supports bitrate-based and quality-based compression
- Supports variable bitrate MP3 files and avarge bitrate encoding
- Supports Mono, Stereo, Joint Stereo and Dual Mono
- Supports ID3 Tags (ID3v1 and ID3v2)
- Supports Resampling and Stereo/Mono Downmixing
- Supports varoius encoder quality/speed modes

Changes from LameXP 4.08 to LameXP 4.09:

- Upgraded build environment to Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 RTM
- Complete overhaul of the file analyzer, resulting in up to 2.5x faster file import speed
- Reworked the application initialization code, resulting in notably faster startup speed
- Added encoding support for Monkey's Audio (APE) format, including APEv2 tagging support
- Improved file analyzer to retain the original ordering of files imported from a playlist
- Improved internal encoder API, so each encoder can define its own configuration options
- Improved splash screen and working banner, using "sheet of glass" effect on supported OS
- Improved dropbox widget, including proper multi-monitor support
- Updated Opus encoder/decoder libraries to v1.1 and Opus-Tools to v0.1.8 (2013-12-05)
- Updated Monkey's Audio binary to v4.12 (2013-06-26)
- Updated mpg123 decoder to v1.16.0 (2013-10-06), compiled with GCC 4.8.1
- Updated WavPack decoder to v4.70.0 (2013-10-19), compiled with ICL 14.0 and MSVC 12.0
- Updated MediaInfo to v0.7.67 (2014-01-10), compiled with ICL 14.0 and MSVC 12.0
- Updated GNU Wget binary to v1.14.0 (2012-08-05), compiled with GCC 4.8.1
- Updated GnuPG to v1.4.16 (2013-12-13), compiled with GCC 4.8.1
- Updated the QAAC add-in for LameXP to QAAC v2.33 (2014-01-14), compiled with MSVC 12.0
- Updated language files (big thank-you to all contributors !!!)
- Fixed a resource (file descriptor) leak in "static" builds, didn't cause much harm though
- Various bugfixes and code improvements


LameXP 4.09 final
on 26 January 2014, reviewed by: Dick


Great Program, but... i think this program should be renamed to something other,
LameXP sounds really so pooooooooooor.


LameXP 4.05 final
on 12 September 2012, reviewed by: Juergen


Great to see that the new version has added support for the Opus audio codec. I think Opus is a very promising format (it sounds great already) and it will replace MP3/AAC/Vorbis in the near future.


LameXP 4.02
on 27 August 2011, reviewed by: Balder


Decent program, been using this one since v3.0. I sometimes prefer EAC+Lame: displays a DOS window that shows how the (VBR) encoding is being distributed over the various bitrates.

If you're not interested in that kind of information, LameXP works perfectly fine: with individual progress bars.

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