Online since 1998

lame_enc.dll free download



File specifications-

File description

MP3 Encoder.

  • Version: 32bit
  • Filesize: 0.19 Mb
  • File language: English - United States
Rating: 3.98 6134 votes

Alternative versions (4)=

File versionFile languageFilesize 32bit N/A 0.18 Mb
Download> 32bit English - United States 0.19 Mb
Download> 32bit English - United States 0.1 Mb
Download> 64bit N/A 0.27 Mb

How to install lame_enc.dll=

Using the lame_enc.dll Fixer

  1. Download the lame_enc.dll Fixer
  2. Run the dff_fpo-lame_enc.exe file that was downloaded.
  3. Wait for the installation to finish.
  4. After the installation has finished the Fixer will automatically launch (this may take a few minutes if you have an older computer). If you have any security software running on your computer (Comodo, ESET, Norton etc.), you may get warnings saying that DLL-files Fixer is trying to connect to internet and/or make changes to your computer. This is because the Fixer needs to contact our server to download the correct lame_enc.dll file, install it in the Windows system folder and then make changes to the Windows Registry. You should allow the Fixer to make these changes, otherwise your problem may not be solved.
  5. When the Fixer has installed lame_enc.dll on your computer, hopefully, your errors relating to lame_enc.dll will be gone! You will be given the option to scan your computer for more errros. We encourage you to do so. The trial version of the Fixer will fix up to 15 additional errors it encounters. You can later upgrade to the full version for only $29.95 to get unlimited error fixing and DLL-file downloads.

Using the zip file (for advanced users)


Extract lame_enc.dll from We recommend that you extract lame_enc.dll to the installation directory of the program that is requesting lame_enc.dll.

If that doesn't work, you will have to extract lame_enc.dll to your system directory. By default, this is:

  • C:\Windows\System (Windows 95/98/Me)
  • C:\WINNT\System32 (Windows NT/2000)
  • C:\Windows\System32 (Windows XP, Vista, 7)

If you use a 64-bit version of Windows, you should also place lame_enc.dll in C:\Windows\SysWOW64\

Make sure overwrite any existing files (but make a backup copy of the original file).

Reboot your computer.

If the problem still occurs, try the following:

  1. Open Windows Start menu and select "Run...".
  2. Type CMD and press Enter (or if you use Windows ME, type COMMAND)).
  3. Type regsvr32 lame_enc.dll and press Enter. Wiki content=

Edit this wiki page

Lame_enc.dll is an MP3 encoder module, and it’s considered to be the best encoder at mid-high bitrates. The Lame_enc.dll module is also a standard for audio compression. This module converts a music file into any new multimedia format and with very little loss in sound quality. There are several popular open source applications that uses or supports the lame_enc.dll module, among them VideoLAN and Audacity.

The most common occurring error messages caused by problems with lame_enc.dll:

• "Audacity does not export MP3 files directly, but instead uses the freely available LAME library to handle MP3 file encoding. You must obtain lame_enc.dll separately, by downloading the LAME MP3 encoder, and then locate this file for Audacity. You only need to do this once. Would you like to locate lame_enc.dll now?"

• "The LAME_ENC.DLL File Was Not Found."

• "Error loading lame_enc.dll."

Lame_enc.dll errors are caused when LAME MP3 encoder is missing components or having other issues with the program that you are running with lame_enc.dll. Errors with lame_enc.dll can occur in most of "Microsoft Windows" operating systems.

If you are experiencing problems with lame_enc.dll one solution is to download the file and then reinstall it in its proper folder. This might help fix your problems.

How to use lame_enc.dll with Audacity 1.3:

  1. Open Audacity
  2. Go to Edit > Preferences...
  3. Click Libraries
  4. Click Locate... next to MP3 Library
  5. Click Browse... and browse to the folder that contains lame_enc.dll
  6. Mark the lame_enc.dll file and click Open
  7. Done!
Website contents and the collection of dll-files as a whole (falls under the "collection copyright" laws) are copyrighted 1998-2014