LameXP sounds really so pooooooooooor.
If you're not interested in that kind of information, LameXP works perfectly fine: with individual progress bars.
Last time i "updated" a "free" program (Revo Uninstaller), the only thing happend is that a nag screen got installed urging me to by the "Pro" version of the program instead. This is obviously the same sort of scam.
Users of "free" programs have no rights - just imagine a commercial program aborting every start up unless you "update". (Not that I could update anyway - not all 'puters are connected to internet. I can only "update" the program by installing a new version of the program which would then only work for a short time)
This review definitely is WRONG!
LameXP is free software released under the GNU license, the source code is freely available. There is no time limit. And if there was a time limit, everybody could easily remove it from the source code, because... well.. its OpenSource software. Maybe that guy who wrote this review got confused (either that, or he intentionally is spreading FUD).
There are some BETA (experimental!) versions of LameXP - intended for testing only - which ask for update after 30 days. If you dont want to help the development by testing BETA versions, then dont use the STABLE version and thats it. There is NO time limit in STABLE version for sure.
agreed, this review is nonsense
Korey Sundkvist was wrong. I use this program for years. Only beta version is limited in time (probably for good reason).
this thing is the best quality encoder, you can setup the encoding, and also it is so fast without losing quality like other apps, really amazing using 4 cores,
the gui is ok too,
great app, almost perfect
And the right click in explorer plus the update reminder is asked with install and changeable in settings after.
O yes its free :)
respekt und WOW !!!