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September 24th, 1999

[9:00 AM] N2MP3 Gets A Maintenance Release

Proteron LLC has release an update of their MP3 encoder software, N2MP3. N2MP3 is a program allowing different types of audio files to be compressed into the popular MP3 format. Used along with any of the MP3 players, N2MP3 allows users to take full advantage of the growing MP3 phenomenon. According to Proteron LLC:

Proteron, LLC today released an update to N2MP3, the popular Macintosh MP3 audio encoder. Recommended for all users and Mac audiophiles, the update is immediately available at

Changes in version 1.02

  • Fixed a bug which could cause the system to freeze when inserting a CD after encoding
  • Added proper support for CDDB supplied ISO-8859 characters (umlauts, accents, etc.)
  • Improved handling of encoding from multiple CD drives
  • Changed player name to MACCAST and MACCAST Lite to reflect the new product name
  • Multiple minor optimizations of the N2MP3 engine

N2MP3 is currently available for US$34.95. The update is free to registered users.

Proteron - N2MP3

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