Converting to .MP3?

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Member Since: Feb 22, 2003

I was using Audio Grabber and I had recorded some tracks with Sample rates other than 44,100 and I couldn't transfer them to MP3. Anyone know of a way around this, or a program that will convert any rate to mp3.



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Since: Apr 03, 2002

Mar 12, 2003 05:15 am

Cool Edit Pro should be able to take your wav file and convert it to a 44.1 sample rate, then take that wav and dump it to mp3.

44.1 is the standard rate for CD Audio and MP3, you would be wise to make 44.1 copies of any music you finish for either of those purposes.

Since: Dec 30, 2002

Mar 12, 2003 07:06 am

CDex --

1000000 times better than Audiograbber any day, and it's free!

Since: Feb 22, 2003

Mar 12, 2003 08:46 am


Since: Jan 08, 2003

Mar 12, 2003 11:30 am

For the 100% compatible WAV to MP3 encoding, at the highest possible quality for free, the LAME encoder is rated above all.

There is several interfaces for the encoder, myself I just use the command line tools. (I believe LAME comes packaged w/ CDEX, however check that you have the latest version of the LAME binaries)


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