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Looking for fastenc.exe, Was: "MP3 encoder", posted to wrong forum (TOS #6)
terryhutson
post Dec 6 2009, 15:14
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I am new to this activity.
I have bought INtel deluxe in order to archive my LP's, and the manual says that I can get a fastencc.exe MP3 encoder free but the fastencc website tells me it is no longer available. Can anyone help please?
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lvqcl
post Dec 6 2009, 15:37
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I have bought INtel deluxe in order to archive my LP's


So you want to use integrated soundcard? Usually they can suffer from... how it's in english... noise pickups?

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and the manual says that I can get a fastencc.exe MP3 encoder


This manual seems quite outdated.

edit: internal -> integrated.

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DVDdoug
post Dec 10 2009, 20:29
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Google found this site, where you can download FASTENCC.EXE (I think).

But, you should probably be using the excellent, (but unlicensed), LAME MP3 encoder.

If you download Audacity (FREE!!!) and install LAME (FREE!!!), you can digitally record your LPs and save them as MP3.

For more information on LAME and MP3 compression start here.

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...in order to archive my LP's...
There is a lot of helpful information about digitizing LPs here. (I use Wave Repair to remove "snap", "crackle", and "pop".)
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