autolame automatically encodes your .wav files. Just put them in the "in" directory, wait a bit, and you'll find your .mp3 files in the "out" directory. No further user interaction is required. An external encoder program is needed.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio Conversion|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release checks for an encoder and working directory on startup. A sane default has been introduced for the SCREEN variable.
Release Notes: A fix for a bug that would eventually delete the "in" directory when it was empty.
Release Notes: The .wav suffix of input files is not case sensitive any more. Empty subdirectories in the "in" directory are removed after encoding.
Release Notes: The locations of all external commands can be configured.
Release Notes: Paths of external commands can be configured (or left out if $PATH is set correctly).