LameBrain 0.6.1a Now Available

This release re-enables the ability to use LAME to write ID3 tags when using the CD Ripper. I got requests to put this back in because LAME will use ID3V2 tags if the data exceeds ID3v1’s 30-character limit. LameBrain will use LAME by default when ripping a CD, but you can disable it in the preferences if you like.

Download now.

  • Marc
    07/07/2003 08:20:58 AM

    Am I doing something wrong? Or is the version that this links to 6.1 - not 6.1a?

    Is 6.1a available?

  • Ed Finkler
    07/07/2003 09:10:05 AM

    oops. that should be fixed now.

  • skwirl
    07/20/2003 04:12:12 PM

    Cool program… doesn’t seem to save its preferences. I have to keep telling it which directory I want to use, which LAME settings, etc. I don’t have 0.6.1.a and will try that.

  • jason
    07/29/2003 05:46:40 PM

    Two browsers and two sites (yours and later, can’t get the file to download—instead I get to watch the same page fill will about 2MB of scrambled code. Fun.

  • Ed Finkler
    07/29/2003 06:14:44 PM

    Try reading the comments for the previous release before getting uppity.

  • fred wells
    07/29/2003 11:47:52 PM

    This is probably a totally newbie question but there doesn’t seem to be anything on the web and I couldn’t find anything in the docs about this. When i encode my resulting file comes out a noise I get no errors they are 24-bit aiff files. If anybody knows about this that would be great. -fw

  • Ed Finkler
    07/30/2003 10:29:38 AM

    I’m betting LAME doesn’t handle 24-bit input files. You probably need to downconvert it to 16-bit to encode it using LAME.