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Split your audio files to reqd no of files easily and effectively
« on: September 30, 2016, 06:02:33 AM »
Hi,
                  normally one would want to split a large audio file in meaningful way that is split when some background music is running in between the vocals. For those audios and generally you could choose the point at which the audio of the first part start and end, and then just selecting two , start and end points of your audio, you could split in to no of files, at one go with this free utility mp3directcut software.
                      Just do not download from some suspicious sites, as it is bundled with PUP and other trojans. Jus tdownload from majorgeek.com which is reputed site for download.
                           Just download it and then open it from the programfiles folder, or where you have saved, and then, just click ok to popup menus. Then select your audio files and , here start it to play. If suppose, you know , idea about where to start, normally from beginning of audio file, just play and press the start session button , you need not hear the music through out, just move the slider to your required point and then press the stop button, and then press the end session button, your audio now shown in different green colour. Just select file and save the session menu and name it as you like, say ..part1.mp3 and then save it. It saves the file as mp3. Just start the next session by playing the audio from the point where you stopped for the first part, and then click start session button and then just move the slider to required position of the song an then click stop button and then end session button. Just go to file menu again and save the audio as part 2 and so on till the end of the file at one go. It is very easy , as you need not play the whole song. If you know, where to end the sessions as you wish it is very simple and effective. There is no audio quality loss. It is one another plus pointl. Enjoy..
http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/mp3directcut.html
The buttons are self explanatory in nature, so i did not touch . There are more tricks, and you could refer the manual or help file in the program.
Here is how to merge two audio files using the same software
http://www.simplehelp.net/2007/04/25/how-to-join-combine-multiple-mp3-files-in-windows/
« Last Edit: September 30, 2016, 06:24:01 AM by jraju »
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