Using LAME MP3 library

by PAolooo » Tue, 25 Jan 2011 02:54:56 GMT


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 I am planning to write an application that can encode audio in MP3. It
seems to me the only way of doing it is to port LAME library. So I saw
that I can either:

1. use Scratchbox to compile the library and write a small JNI
wrapper. Doing so I should be able to use the original Makefile.am
building script of the library
2. Integrate LAME C code directly into my project, and use ndk-build.
But I am slightly frighted I would struggle to make all the code
compile and work

Which would e better?

Thanx
Paolo

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Re: Using LAME MP3 library

by R » Mon, 21 Feb 2011 06:10:59 GMT


 compiling lame for Android ARM using NDK is very easy actually
Here is the link to blog post:
 http://blog.libertadtech.com/2011/02/porting-lame-encoder-to-android-arm.html 




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