BladeEnc 0.94.2
by Tord Jansson
(Tord Jansson Website)

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Operating System: Windows NT/98/95
File Size: 139K
License: Freeware (All Free software)
License Conditions:

Lesser General Public License (LGPL)

System Requirements:

Windows 95/98/NT x86

Last Updated: 2001-08-01
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Software Description

BladeEnc is based on the same ISO compression routines as mpegEnc, so you can expect roughly the same, or better, quality . The main difference is the appearance and speed. BladeEnc doesn't have a nice, user-friendly interface like mpegEnc, but it is more than three times faster, and it works with several popular front-end graphical user interfaces.

  • Sourcecode available under the LGPL-license from the BladeEnc home page
  • Reads standard WAV- and AIFF-files
  • Commandline based, makes it easy to include BladeEnc into BAT files and shell scripts
  • Batch encoding. Can encode any number of samples in a row
  • Wildcards supported. You can for example encode all WAV-files in a directory by typing "*.WAV"
  • Stereo or Mono output. Can downmix to Mono on the fly
  • Supports the following bitrates: 32, 40, 48, 56, 64, 80, 96, 112, 128, 160, 192, 224, 256 and 320 kBit/s
  • Flags like Private, Original and Copyright can be set
  • Input sample can be automatically deleted after encoding
  • Input samples can be in either 32, 44.1 or 48 kHz
  • Both 8 and 16-bit samples are supported
  • Large selection of graphical frontends available
  • Task priority can be set from the commandline and is by default set to LOWEST so that you still can use your computer effectively while encoding (Windows & OS/2 only)
  • Working CRC checksum generation (since 0.80). The ISO reference code had broken CRC calculations, which has been inherited into every ISO based encoder that haven't added a fix for it
  • Full support for pipes and redirection (stdin and stdout)

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I have been using rcmp3 encoder for about 4 months but I noticed that th program became noticebly slower in encoding waves. It took the program 30 hours plus to encode 4 wav files.
I just want to know if this usually happens. Other than that, you product is great. More power.

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I have been using rcmp3 encoder for about 4 months but I noticed that th program became noticebly slower in encoding waves. It took the program 30 hours plus to encode 4 wav files.

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I seemed to go in a loop and not be able to download - I'll keep trying

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: I seemed to go in a loop and not be able to download - I'll keep trying

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: I seemed to go in a loop and not be able to download - I'll keep trying

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