Yes it will be in C:\program files\lame for audacity\lame_enc.dllThere is no longer any reliance on Cygwin. However, you will need to have lame_enc.dll. To get lame_enc.dll you can follow the instructions here:
Audacity: How do I download and install the LAME MP3 encoder?
Of course, once you install that, you'll want to find lame_enc.dll and copy it to the directory where DSDPlus is.
You should be decoding everything better, especially P25.The option to reset the recording file daily or for a certain time is great. I seem to be decoding NXDN better with this version. Id like to know if anyone else is decoding better on NXDN.
To my knowledge, no currently available DSD windows binary can decode NXDN trunked. I'm not sure if the current DSD 1.6 / mbelib 1.2.5 source on Github can or not.Mike this subject has been beaten to death but I thought you could not decode Nxdn trunked? is that right?
I've done it a few times. The fine tuning will improve decode, but it might not improve it so much that you notice it audibly. Every signal I've tried it on already had a decent decode rate, and so to my ear I really didn't notice much difference.Has anyone had any luck on improving decode rates with the fine tuning options? If so briefly explain what made most difference.