audio processing using java

We have a requirement where we need to convert from .wav file to .mp3 and we are currently using "Tritonus" library to do that . The concern with that library is  that requires "installation" of some "dll" files to the class path.

I am wondering are there any API's those allow better processing without local installation.
And other question is ,having mp3 format files will make it easier to join the files into a single file than having .wav files ?
sukh54Asked:
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HalfAsleepCommented:
I am not sure if JLayer is any better, but here is the link if you are interested.

http://www.javazoom.net/javalayer/javalayer.html

I have not tested this myself.
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caioquirinoCommented:
The javazoom is the best option, but...
You will use it for streaming, or only for conversion?
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nag9s2007Commented:
actually you can use lame ..
and see http://www.jsresources.org/examples/AudioConcat.java.html
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