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Old 23rd December 2006, 16:12   #1  |  Link
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LameXP v3.18 Final, Hotfix-2 (2010-05-08)

Version 3.xx is deprecated!

Please see the following thread for information about version 4.xx:

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=157726


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LameXP is a simple Encoder Front-End for LAME, OggEnc and NeroAAC. It supports many input types and offers multi-threaded batch encoding

If you are willing to contribute a LameXP translation (or fix an existing one), then please have a look at the translation guide. Thank you



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Changes between v3.17 and v3.18:
* Added an Unicode-safe "Open" dialog: File names are converted to "short" names if required
* Fixed mpg123 decoder to work on Windows 2000 (reported by Tim Womack)
* Updated LAME encoder to v3.98.4 (2010-03-23), compiled with ICL 11.1.054
* Updated MediaInfo to v0.7.32 (2010-05-02), compiled with ICL 11.1.065
* Updated mpg123 decoder to v1.12.1 (2010-03-31), compiled with GCC 4.4.4
* Updated Ogg Vorbis decoder to v1.9.7 (2010-03-29), compiled with MSVC 9.0
* Updated language files (big "thank you" to all contributors !!!)

Changes between v3.16 and v3.17:
* Updated TAK decoder to v2.0.0 (2010-01-07)
* Updated ALAC decoder to v0.2.0 (2009-09-05)
* Updated MediaInfo to v0.7.28 (2010-02-19), compiled with ICL 11.1.054
* Fixed "No Disk" error message box that could appear under certain circumstances
* Fixed "...is not responding" error message box that could appear during startup
* Various minor fixes and improvements

Changes between v3.15 and v3.16:
* Added support for Nero AAC encoder v1.5.3.0 (2009-12-29)
* Disable DPI warning on Vista and later, as they handle DPI != 96 much better than WinXP
* Updated WavPack decoder to v4.60.1 (2009-11-29)
* Updated MediaInfo to v0.7.27 (2010-01-04), compiled with ICL 11.1.054
* Updated GnuPG to v1.4.10b (2009-09-03), compiled with GCC 4.2.1

Changes between v3.14 and v3.15:
* Added support for Nero AAC encoder v1.5.1.0
* Updated mpg123 decoder to v1.10.0 (2009-12-05)
* Updated MediaInfo to v0.7.26 (2009-12-18), compiled with ICL 11.1.051
* Updated AC3Filter Tools to v0.31b (2009-10-01), compiled with ICL 11.1.051

Changes between v3.13 and v3.14:
* Added Suspend and Resume buttons to the processing window
* Added another language: Castilian Spanish (Spanish from north/central Spain)
* Updated mpg123 decoder to v1.9.2 (2009-11-20)
* Updated MediaInfo to v0.7.25 (2009-11-13), compiled with ICL 11.1.046
* Updated AC3Filter Tools to v0.31b (2009-10-01), compiled with ICL 11.1.046
* Updated language files (big "thank you" to all contributors !!!)
* Updated JEDI-VCL from v3.38 to v3.39 (2009-11-05)
* Various minor fixes and improvements

Changes between v3.12 and v3.13:
* Updated LAME encoder to v3.98.2 (2009-09-26), compiled with ICL 11.1.046
* Updated FLAC encoder to v1.2.1b (2009-10-01), compiled with ICL 11.1.046
* Updated MediaInfo to v0.7.23 (2009-10-16), using statically linked build (MSVC 9.0)
* Updated AC3Filter Tools to v0.31b (2009-10-01)
* Updated TAK decoder to v1.1.2 (2009-07-27)
* Updated mpg123 decoder to v1.9.1 (2009-10-09)
* Updated language files (big "thank you" to all contributors !!!)
* Updated the Splash screen and modified the sound that plays on very first launch
* Updated JEDI-VCL from v3.34 to v3.38 (2009-08-27)
* Updated GnuPG to v1.4.10 (2009-09-02)

Changes between v3.11 and v3.12:
* Added support for FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec) output
* Added progress display for individual files (for the "encoding" step only)
* Added a SSE2 (Pentium 4) build of the Ogg Vorbis encoder that will be used if supported by the CPU
* Added options to override the Nero AAC profile (be aware: it's not recommended to do that!)
* Added an option to analyze media files (powered by MediaInfo™)
* Added experimental support for Windows 7 taskbar progress indicator and overlay icons
* Updated LAME encoder to v3.98.2 (2009-09-05), compiled with ICL 11.0
* Updated MediaInfo to v0.7.21 (2009-09-04), using statically linked build
* Updated mpg123 decoder to v1.9.0 (2009-08-14)
* Updated Speex decoder to v1.2 RC-1 (2009-07-04)
* Updated AC3Filter Tools to v0.3b (2009-09-19)
* Updated language files (big "thank you" to all contributors !!!)
* Updated Auto-Update tool, from now on only signed updates will be accepted (using GnuPG)
* Fixed a number of minor glitches

Changes between v3.10 and v3.11:
* Added options to sort the source files (by title, by filename or by track number)
* Updated language files (big "thank you" to all contributors !!!)
* Updated mpg123 decoder to v1.8.1 (2009-06-14)
* Updated FLAC decoder, now using the ICL 9.1 build of FLAC v1.2.1b
* Updated MediaInfo to v0.7.17 (statically linked)
* Updated the "Normalization" filter to v0.41 (2009-06-16)
* Fixed a few minor issues in meta tag processing

Changes between v3.09 and v3.10:
* Added a NSIS-based installer (will be released in addition to the ZIP package)
* Added support for the TAK lossless audio format
* Added two new languages: Serbian (Latin) and Ukrainian
* Updated language files (big "thank you" to all contributors !!!)
* Updated MediaInfo to a custom build of v0.7.16 that is statically linked (and removed the DLL)
* Updated mpg123 decoder to v1.8.0 RC-3 (2009-06-03)
* Updated Musepack decoder to v1.0.0 (2009-04-02) and fixed Musepack VS8 support
* Updated Monkey's Audio decoder to v4.06 (2009-03-17)
* Updated the "Normalization" filter to allow multiple instances running in parallel
* Updated Auto-Update tool
* Fixed a few minor issues and refactored the code

Changes between v3.08 and v3.09:
* Added support for detecting the file type via MediaInfo instead of guessing the type from file extension
* Updated mpg123 decoder to v1.7.3 (2009-04-27)
* Updated FAAD decoder to v2.7 (2009-05-13)
* Updated MediaInfo to v0.7.16.0 (2009-05-20)
* Fixed detection of the WMA decoder under certain circumstances (e.g. Windows 7)

Changes between v3.07 and v3.08:
* Updated Ogg Vorbis encoder to v2.85, libvorbis v1.2.1 RC2, aoTuV b5.7 (2009-03-04)
* Updated mpg123 decoder to v1.6.4 (2009-01-10)
* Updated MediaInfo to v0.7.11.0 (2009-02-13)

Changes between v3.06 and v3.07:
* Added an option to disable multi-threading on multi-core machines
* Updated Ogg Vorbis encoder to v2.85, libvorbis v1.2.1 RC2, aoTuV b5.61 (2008-12-24)
* Updated mpg123 decoder to v1.6.3 (2008-12-20)
* Updated MediaInfo to v0.7.8.0 (2008-12-10)
* Updated language files (big "thank you" to all contributors !!!)

Changes between v3.05 and v3.06:
* Added a custom build of the mpg123 decoder v1.5.1
* Added two more languages: Romanian and Polish
* Added support for the ALAC audio format
* Updated MediaInfo to v0.7.7.7 (2008-10-17)
* Updated AC3 Filter Tools to v0.2a (2008-06-30)
* Updated language files (big "thank you" to all contributors !!!)
* Fixed and improved "Normalization" filter
* Fixed a few minor bugs

Changes between v3.04 and v3.05:
* Added support for Nero AAC encoder v1.3.3.0
* Added option to add an entire directory or an entire directory-tree
* Added new languages: Russian, Nederlands, Greek and Hungarian
* Added Dropbox for improved Drag&Drop support
* Updated language files (big "thank you" to all contributors !!!)
* Updated LAME encoder to v3.98.2 Final (2008-09-24)
* Updated MediaInfo to v0.7.7.6 (2008-09-12)

Changes between v3.03 and v3.04:
* Added support for reading Meta Data from source files (using MediaInfo)
* Added support for languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Chinese (Simplified) and Taiwanese
* Added support for WMA, Shorten and TTA files (input only)
* Added support for various playlist formats (M3U, PLS, ASX, CueSheet)
* Added an option to permanently disable the Shell Intgegration (Explorer Conext Menus)
* Added an option to disable the periodic Update Reminder
* Added an option to shutdown the computer automatically as soon as all files are completed
* Added code to minimize the LameXP window into the taskbar notification area
* Added balloon tooltip to inform the user about "hidden" options
* Updated Ogg Vorbis encoder to v2.85, libvorbis v1.2.1 RC2, aoTuV b5.6 (2008-09-05)
* Improved code to handle child processes and capture the console output

Changes between v3.02 and v3.03:
* Added generic support for pre-processing filters
* Added "Normalization" filter, based on Volumax by John33
* Improved code to add/remove context menus in Window Explorer
* Improved code to handle multiple instances of LameXP

Changes between v3.01 and v3.02:
* Added support for new input format: MPEG Audio Layer-2 (mp2)
* Added option to choose a custom TEMP folder

Changes between v3.00 and v3.01:
* Added an option to disable all sounds in LameXP
* Added warning message for bitrates that violate the current bitrate restriction
* Fixed bitrate restrictions for LAME encoder (strictly enforce bitrate restrictions using "-F" parameter)
* Fixed file associations code (set file associations only for the current user)
* Updated load/save configuration code (store settings in an INI file instead of the registry)

Changes between v2.03 and v3.00:
* Added support for Nero's AAC Encoder (not included, available as free download from Nero website)
* Added support for more input formats: Wave, MP3, Ogg Vorbis, AAC/MP4, FLAC, Speex, WavPack, Musepack, Monkey's Audio
* Added support for uncompressed Wave output
* Added support for Multi-Threading (use multiple instances for batch processing)
* Added shell integration for Windows Explorer (Context-Menus and "Send To" folder)
* Added commandline support: LameXP.exe -add <File 1> [<File 2> ... <File N>]
* Added Auto-Update utility to periodically check for new updates
* Updated LAME encoder to v3.98 Final (2008-07-04)
* Updated Ogg Vorbis encoder to v2.85, aoTuV Beta-5.5 (2008-03-31)

Changes between v2.00 and v2.03:
* Updated LAME encoder to v3.98 to Beta-5 (2007-08-13)
* Updated Ogg Vorbis encoder to v2.84 aoTuV Beta-5 (2007-08-17)
* Fixed a bug with 'title' meta tags
* Fixed a few typos

Changes between v1.xx and v2.00:
* Added Ogg Vorbis encoder
* Updated LAME encoder to latest builds
* Improved progress display (parsing encoder progress from console output now)
* Improved ID3-Tag support (now supports "title" and "track" fields)
* Added feature to automatically generate playlists (.m3u)
* Many bug-fixes and GUI improvements







Please get the latest v4.xx release here:
http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=157726

Latest optimized LAME and OggEnc builds are available form:
http://www.rarewares.org/


Note: Occasionally your Antivirus program may mistakenly detect "malware" (virus, trojan, worm, etc.) in some of the files here.
This is called a "false-positive" and the files are actually innocent (clean). It's a failure in your specific Antivirus software.
In case you encounter such problems, goto http://www.virustotal.com/ and check the file again with multiple Antivirus engines!
And take care with results like "suspicious", "generic" or "packed". Those are *not* real hits, they are just wild speculation...


LameXP v3.18 Hotfix-1 has been verified to be free of malware by 36 different anti-virus engines. (click to view report!)
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LameXP v2.00 BETA-1 is here

OggEnc implemented now!
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cool! I have been looking for something like this on the side.
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LameXP v2.00 BETA-2 available!
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LameXP v2.00 RC-1 available!

* Added feature to generate .m3u playlists
* Added hints to almost all controls
* Updated LAME build to 2007-01-14
* Minor fixes
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@LoRd_MuldeR,

thanks for that super programm
i use it very often!!!
can you add a normalizer, please!!!

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They did a review about my tool on Softpedia:
http://www.softpedia.com/reviews/win...ew-47436.shtml

Nobody knows why they used that really old version for review.
Most things they are missing have already been added long ago *lol*
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LameXP v2.00 Final

I feel that we are ready for a "final" release now.
Since RC-1 only a minor bug with playlist creation was fixed.
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On Codecs.com is still the rc1 and your site I can't use it. I have Maxthon and I'll not stop using it because some people try to force me to use firefox or opera.
I'll wait for 2.0 final to be available on softpedia.
Thanks anyway for your program.

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On Codecs.com is still the rc1 and your site I can't use it. I have Maxthon and I'll not stop using it because some people try to force me to use firefox or opera.
I'll wait for 2.0 final to be available on softpedia.
Thanks anyway for your program.

enjoy,
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I'm not in charge of the Codecs.com mirror.
Of course I sent update notice and they usually update pretty fast.

About the browser thing: I don't want to start a discussion about that! But I want to make clear that I don't "force" people to use a specific browser. I just have to block one browser that is breaking the rules. You might think I'm a little balky on that issue, maybe I am...

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Codecs.com mirror now has the updated version
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Finally here is an update
http://mulder.dummwiedeutsch.de/home...rojects#lamexp

LAME encoder has been updated to v3.98 Beta-3 (2007-05-22)
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Here is a bugfix release:
http://mulder.dummwiedeutsch.de/home...rojects#lamexp

This version fixes a bug with meta tag creation: The 'title' strings were not cleaned-up properly in all previous versions, so the 'title' meta tags were only set correctly during the very first encoding process. As soon as the 'Source Files' list was changed and a second encoding process was started, the old (unchanged) titles were used! So please check the 'title' meta tags of all files you created with previous versions of LameXP. At least other meta tags were not effected by this bug. Also if you encoded all files in one single encoding process, there was no problem...
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Softpedia updated their review:

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An in-depth review of your product "LameXP" has been published at the following address:
http://www.softpedia.com/reviews/win...ew-57866.shtml
BTW: If some body could tell me where the "spelling mistakes" are, I can fix them.
Sorry for my bad English ^^
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you spell average bitrate with an a instead of e - no big deal
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you spell average bitrate with an a instead of e - no big deal
Somebody already gave me a hint on that mistake.
It's fixed now and will be corrected in next release. Also I changed beeing -> being.
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Version 2.02 is here:
http://mulder.dummwiedeutsch.de/home...rojects#lamexp

This version updates LAME to v3.98 Beta-4 and fixes a few typos.
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LameXP v2.03 has been released!
This version updates encoders to LAME v3.98 (Beta-5) and OggEnc v2.84 (aoTuV Beta-5).
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Many thanks for your great program, everything is working just fine!
Do you plan to publish a new update with the new lame encoder 3.98 beta7?

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Yes, and any plans for Lancer AoTuV support?
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