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Fastest Way to Encode to MP3, With no regard for quality
post May 27 2006, 19:52
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I am curious to know the fastest MP3 encoder and settings for said encoder that are available, with no regard for any other parameter, such as quality or filesize.

My guess is that using low cbr bitrates in an encoder like xing would be up there... of course, I'm not interested in paying for such an encoder... is there a superfast mode for lame?

I basically want to convert a bunch of flacs I have into very small mp3s as quickly as possible so that I can use the ID3 tags to store metadata. I have a program that can scan MP3s for BPM (Tempo) information, then embed it into the ID3v2, which foobar can read, then transfer back into the FLACs. I'm sure that this program isn't picky about the quality of the file, as long as it can distinguish beats and such. I wish foobar just had a BPM scanner plugin, but at this point, it seems the best way.

If anyone could let me know of the fastest ways to encode MP3s, then I'd be much obliged!
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