I'm trying to use KAudioCreator to rip some CDs. The process begins and run during some seconds. Then I receive a msg box with the message:
The selected codifier not found. The wav file was removed. The command was: lame --preset standard --tt'name of music track' --ta 'name of the artist' --tl'name of the album' --ty 'year' --tn 'number of the music track' --tg 'gender' 'working directory' 'destination file name in the HD'
I think that lame encoder isn't installed (I did the standard mandriva 2006 installation)
I did some researchs. Rpmdrake reports some plf files with "lame" as part of its names. Google talk about lame and says that I must compile it...
I have no idea how I must proceed to solve the trouble. And more: I have no idea how to compile lame or any other program in C(I suppose that lame was written in C). I use freepascal and lazarus IDE as development tool, but the don't involve make and some other of these complex(for) me) tools.
May someone give me explanations how to solve my problem with lame and do(if it's real necessary) the compilation(s)? If someone decide to help me I ask please give a step-by-step explanation.
Or... Is there and rpm or similar with the binaries of lame that I'm needing?
Greetings from Sao Paulo - Brazil
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