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Convert pcm wav file to mp3 file

 
jan dressen
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is it possible to convert an PCM file to an mp3 file? if yes, how?

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Yes.

Do you mean purely withing Java? I'm sure the answer is yes, but I would not do that. Use 'lame', which is a cross platform program designed to do exactly that.

Do not reinvent the wheel, use someone else's wheel and do something creative.
 
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You may be able to use LameOnJ for that.
 
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well, actually i would like to do it completely in java, so not using lameOnJ, but thanks for the advice.
is it possible with JMF? or can anyone help with an example..

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Try Google, search for "java encode mp3" for example. This looks useful: MP3 Encoding in Java.

One problem with this, is that MP3 is not a free format. You'd need to pay a license fee to the inventors if you'd want to publish an MP3 encoder.
 
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