Lame downgrade

it is possible to downgrade lame version to 3.99 in Audacity 3.2? how to?

Not really, no. You might be able to compile Audacity yourself with an older version of Lame, but I don’t know how much else you’d need to change for that.

Why do you need/want to do that?

What is the problem you are trying to solve?


You can export as WAV and then use a 3rd-party LAME encoder.

Or there is a way to use an [u]External Encoder[/u]. (I’ve never tried this.)

First of all, thank you very much. I didn’t expect so much attention.
I use Audacity on radio station to edit audios that will later import from Dalet 5.1 (Windows 2000 / XP) and I am experiencing problems with the latest versions of Audacity. For example, an audio of 38´ that works correctly in other players, in Dalet 5.1 is shown as 38´ but from 16´ it is silent. I have converted this same audio with MP3QM with LAME 3.99 and it works correctly.
I know there are external solutions but I would like to maintain the work method we have always used with Audacity.
Anyway, it is possible to follow a false track and the problem is another. I have only thought that the old Dalet 5.1 could have problems digesting junk food. :smiley: :smiley: