JAVE (Java Audio Video Encoder) library exception only on Linux (CentOS 7)

I’m using JAVE (Java Audio Video Encoder) library and the developed application is on windows.
On windows the conversion of an .mp3 file is working fine but when I deployed on linux (CentOS 7) an exception is thrown.

As I understand JAVE has also a wrapper around an ffmpeg executable.

Here is my code:

try {
        File source = new File(sourceFile);
        File target = new File(targetFile);

        final AudioAttributes audio = new AudioAttributes();
        audio.setCodec("libmp3lame");
        audio.setBitRate(48000);
        audio.setChannels(2);
        audio.setSamplingRate(44100);   

        EncodingAttributes attrs = new EncodingAttributes();
        attrs.setFormat("mp3");
        attrs.setAudioAttributes(audio);

        Encoder encoder = new Encoder();
        encoder.encode(source, target, attrs);
} catch (EncoderException ex) {
    throw ex;
}

Exception:

...

Caused by: it.sauronsoftware.jave.EncoderException: Error while opening codec for output stream #0.0 - maybe incorrect parameters such as bit_rate, rate, width or height
    at it.sauronsoftware.jave.Encoder.encode(Encoder.java:926)
    at it.sauronsoftware.jave.Encoder.encode(Encoder.java:713)
    at com.hft2.ejb.util.Mp3JaveEncoder.encode(Mp3JaveEncoder.java:36)
    ... 206 more

Does anyone have any idea?