A Rob Fantastic Encoder

The Rob Fantastic MP3 Encoder uses all the machines on your network to encode wav files to mp3 files. You can download it here. You can download the professional Fraunhofer codec here. Also, there's a NEW hacked version of the Fraunhofer codec that supports bitrates of up to 320kbits/sec (the old one did 256kbits/sec). You can get the hacked version here.

I don't recommend using the Fraunhofer codec with high bit rates, though. It's very good at bitrates 128kbits and below, and very bad at higher bit rates. According to this excellent article on encoding engines, the LAME encoding engine at 256kbits/sec is the best quality MP3 you can produce. Blade is okay at 320 kbits as well. The LAME and Blade encoding engines are included in the download, and are royalty free encoders.

To register your copy of the Rob Fantastic Encoder, you can pay by credit card or send Jeff email for the address to send $25 to. You will receive a registration code that you can use to unlock the full potential of the encoder.

New for Version 2.0:

Support for LAME Encoder
Fixed tiny static at beginning and end of MP3 when using Blade and LAME encoders.
Brand-new interface.
Lots of bug fixes and better Windows NT/2000 support.

Thanks a lot to everybody that's registered the product. I really appreciate your support.