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Thread: Some questions about the Lame encoder

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    Smile Some questions about the Lame encoder

    Hi.

    On the Lame section of the main site, it says:

    mp3 (Lame) encoder is on a 21 day trial, Tompson hold various patents for mp3 encoding & decoding,

    Does this mean that if the trial of the program was used, after the 21 days, Lame could no longer be used for encoding? I thought that this would be the case for all encoders.

    On the same page:

    Copyright marks the mp3 file as containing copyright material.
    Original marks the mp3 file as an original file (not a copy).

    If either of these options are checked, where can this information be seen? I don't remember seeing a tag with this name.

    Thanks.

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    Re: Some questions about the Lame encoder

    >Does this mean that if the trial of the program was used, after the 21 days, Lame could no longer be used for encoding?

    Yes

    Those 2 options embed into the mp3 frame headers, no software really uses them.

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