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    mp3s to Lower bit rate

    I have some mp3's I would like to reduce in size - they are typically around 30mb because someone recorded them at an excessively high bit-rate (around 900-1000k ). is there anything I can use, relatively easily, to reduce the size of them such as reducing bitrate to a more normal 256k type?
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    btw the highest setting in any mp3 ripper program is 320kpbs, you sure you not just got plain old "wav" files ?
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    oooh lots to choose from, ta guys
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    lame encoding gives the best quality and good file size
    I do know everything, just not all at once. It's a virtual memory problem.

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    lame --alt-preset standard, if you're wedded to .mp3

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