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alright... on windows i always used audacity/ lame... but i cant find where to download the libmp3lame.so file that audacity needs... i dont know where to download or how... so ...
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    converting wav into mp3


    alright... on windows i always used audacity/ lame... but i cant find where to download the libmp3lame.so file that audacity needs... i dont know where to download or how... so please help me... i use knoppix... or if there any better enocoder... just so i can turn my wav files into mp's

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    Mplayer comes with mencoder, which is a really powerful tool, but is very command line driven. or you can convert it in real-time using mplayer (no mencoder) by dumping the audio into a wav file.

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    i cant get mplayer to work with knoppix... so anymore recomendations... what about the lame pluggin for audacity

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    I had the same problem with audacity/lame. I did a "locate" on libmp3lame and found that my version was libmp3lame.so.0 The llibmp3lame.so.X lib should be in /usr/lib. When you get the error in audacity, just point it to the version of the lib that you have.

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