Phil Gyford


Sunday 27 July 2003

PreviousIndexNext Encoding with LAME in iTunes revisited

If you ever followed my guide to encoding MP3s with LAME in iTunes, you may find v2.x of iTunes-LAME Encoder better than the old AppleScript version I originally pointed to. I haven’t tried it yet, but it looks nicer and apparently has the LAME code built in.

UPDATE (19 July 2007): iTunes-LAME has stopped working properly as of version 7.1 of iTunes. You can read more on the iTunes-LAME forum, or you might like to try one of these alternatives:

Works in a very similar manner to iTunes-LAME. What I’m currently using as a replacement.
A more complex application for encoding audio files into a variety of formats. Has the option to import the files into iTunes after encoding.
NMP3 Ripper
I haven’t tried this one but might be worth a try if the other two aren’t right for you.

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