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RipBeak
Mar 18, 2002 05:23PM
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"RipBeak is a native batch encoder for Mac OS X. Right now, it's little more than a front-end for LAME, but I expect that version 1.1 of RipBeak will have vorbis support. It *may* encode vorbis now, but RipBeak knows the return values and argument order for LAME; any program that has different parameters probably won't work properly. Same goes for any other CL program you may try to invoke via this app. In order to use RipBeak, you need to have LAME installed. "


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