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Lame VBR to LAME CBR; Less frames, Shorter Time?!?
TheDogInBackyard
post Jan 19 2013, 01:20
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Hello guys,

Years ago i turned my cds to mp3, mostly in VBR. Now I'm cleaning my collection and re-doing the mp3s with 128kbps using the last version of lame. Tested the lame.exe and tested other apps thats uses lame. The result is always mp3s with a second shorter and less frames. I'm skipping something here? If you do a recode with 100 frames, you have an output with 100 frames? I'm wrong? And the output files is always using a lower values for replaygain... odd too...

Off-topic:
It's ok to use lame 64bit or it's better to stick with the safer 32bit?

Thanks.
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TheDogInBackyard
post Jan 19 2013, 08:23
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I don't really known what delay and padding attributes are for... but...

From left to right:

1st properties: Free Song download from net. Made with newer encoder. With Delay and padding.
2nd properties: Re-encode of the original 1st. Same number of frames. Same time. Same delay. But the padding was changed.
3rd properties: Very old mp3 from my rippings in the good old days. The old encoder don't produced the delay and padding values.
4th properties: Re-encode from 3rd. Different frames, time. And now there are delay and padding.

Any idea?

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