LAME is a free software codec used to encode/compress audio into the lossy MP3 file format.
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... Lame Deer (Meaveʼhoʼeno in Cheyenne) is a census-designated place (CDP) in Rosebud County, Montana, United States ... The town is named after the Miniconjou Lakota chief Lame Deer who was killed by the U.S ...
... conducted in May 2004 at 128 kbit/s showed that WMA was roughly equivalent to LAME MP3 inferior to AAC and Vorbis and superior to ATRAC3 (software version) ... At 32 kbit/s, WMA Standard was noticeably better than LAME MP3, but not better than other modern codecs in a collective, independent test in July 2004 ... there was a four-way tie between aoTuV Vorbis, LAME MP3, WMA 9 Pro and AAC in a large scale test in January 2006, with each codec sounding close to the ...
... only if the noun ends with a slender consonant cait bhacacha "lame cats" ... the nominative plural does not lenite táilliúrí bacacha "lame tailors" ... máithreacha bacacha "of lame mothers" ...
... Like all MP3 encoders, LAME implements some technology covered by patents owned by the Fraunhofer Society and other entities ... The developers of LAME do not themselves license the technology described by these patents ... Distributing compiled binaries of LAME, its libraries, or programs that derive from LAME in countries that recognize those patents may be patent infringing ...
... is reported in mythological sources as "lame" (cholōs), and "halting" ((ēpedanos) ... In vase-paintings, Hephaestus is usually shown lame and bent over his anvil, hard at work on a metal creation, and sometimes with his feet back-to-front Hephaistos amphigyēeis ... a bronze-smith) was also lame ...
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