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Old April 9th, 2011, 05:50 PM
EmilioM EmilioM is offline
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lame_dll

I have the latest version of Vogone and I can't get it to recognize the lame_dll encoder. I put it both in the system folder and system32 folder and it still won't work. Actually it does recognize it. This is what it says. A "lame_enc.dll" was found on your system that does not include
support for all of the features that MTU products require. If you
keep your current "lame_enc.dll", you will not have MP3 support
in your MTU products.
We found a safe site redirected below. Highlight the link, right-click
on it, and select "Launch URL". Follow the instructions given.
Without the proper level of MP3 support, MP3 and ZIP files
will be excluded from Vocal Reduction.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If there are legal problems in your country
downloading this file, then consider whether you should or not.
http://www.mtu.com/support/mp3-redirect.htm
This is the exact one that it tells you to download in the link above. Any suggestions?
I have Windows 7 with Intel Core 2 Quad 2.34Ghz with 6GB installed memory, and all updates have been done.

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