Multi-Format Audio-Encoder Front-end
LameXP is a free multi-format audio file converter that supports a variety of output formats, including MP3, AAC/MP4, Ogg Vorbis, Opus, as well as FLAC, and an even higher number of input formats. It also supports batch processing and can utilize multiple processor cores.
- Supported encoders: LAME, OggEnc2, FLAC, Opus, Aften, Nero AAC
- Supported input types: AAC, AC3, AIFF, APE, AU, DTS, FLAC, M4A/MP4, MP1, MP2, MP3, OGG/OGM, SND, TTA, WAV, WMA, WV and more
- Support for multi-threaded batch processing
- Support for Unicode file names and Unicode meta tags
Great project! Excellent! Thanks for setting up a dedicated forum for this project.
Nice and Easy to use.
I use this encoder more than year. Good soft!
"Thumbs-up, with reservations." Great potential and good compatibility with a variety of encoding schemes. The biggest downside is the author's peculiar insistence on running sub-processes (the ones that actually perform the transcoding) at 'low' priority. This really pole-axes performance. On my AMD Thuban x6, this light load is insufficient to to snap the CPU out of idle, and the program slogs along at 900Mhz. IMO, the author is also too conservative with the thread / parallel files allocation. I have to manually increase the number of active files to get more than a few going at once. Overall, the program is rather frustrating. The author goes through the trouble of incorporating great parallel processing, but then strangles the resultant performance. The priority issue is just plain unnecessary. Any chance of a user-selectable priority level? Please?!
Good and useful software