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4 Channel wav to mp3
post Nov 22 2011, 19:30
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Hi, I hope this is the right section for my concern.

I'm going to encode a game soundtrack to mp3 with the newest LAME version (LAME 64bits version 3.99.2, --V 0 (-V 0 should give the best vbr quality, right? no -q switch needed anymore?).

My problem: Some of the tracks have more than 2 channel. Is there any way LAME downmix them to stereo or do I have to use another tool for it? Which is the best way to convert multichannel wav to max quality vbr mp3?

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post Nov 22 2011, 20:12
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To answer your first question, yes, no need to bother with the -q switch anymore.

Dunno if lame can do it on it's own, but SoX might be worth checking out. You may have to convert from 4-ch wav > 2-ch wav, then encode to mp3 using lame.
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