Using LAME to Re-Encode MP3 Files on Linux (and save space!)

  • Episode 511
  • July 5, 2017

A viewer question prompted Robbie to show how to use LAME to re-encode MP3 files, giving you smaller files with similar or even perceptively identical sound quality.

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Here's the command Robbie used:
lame -m m -q 0 -h --vbr-new -b 8 -B 96 infile.mp3 outfile.mp3

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