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
This program sucks balls. Why? - Installer takes bloody ages to search for programs that need to be closed before installing/uninstalling, and never finds anything anyway - Annoying/embarrassing sound effects during usage. I can live with the click when you switch tabs, but there is absolutely NO NEED for a "woo-hoo!" when you accept the terms and conditions, or a trumpet noise when the conversion failed for at least one file. - No support for MP3 files. What the fuck?
Billiant codec, but i can see no reference to this updae.
Generates top quality mp3 music files. You can even convert a one-file-FLAC containing multiple tracks into multiple (separate) mp3 files, provided you have a matching Cue Sheet (.cue) file with it. How ? Use: Tools ---> Import Cue Sheet.