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Best program to identify LAME version
Curious
post Sep 27 2011, 18:47
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A few years ago, I had a program called dbPowerAmp which allowed me to hover the icon over a music file which then gave me information such as codec and its version number, MP3Gain information and such. It also had a number of other functions which I never used. I was wondering if there was a freeware program to run on Windows 7 which can help me do the same function without the other features of dbPowerAmp that I don't need. Thanks.
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Curious
post Oct 12 2011, 07:14
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Thanks for the suggestion. dbPowerAmp was indeed the first program that I thought of since I had it in my computer when it used to be freeware (many years back). I just left a post there asking if that feature remains active even after the 21 day trial period is over (hopefully without nagging). That is exactly what I'm looking for since I also wish to identify the version of the encoding. Thanks for everyone who has posted. Anyone else have any freeware ideas?
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