Direct MP3 Splitter Joiner
|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||WinXP, Windows2000, Windows Vista Ultimate, Win98, WinME, WinNT 4.x, Win95, Windows Vista Starter, W|
|File size:||359 KB|
Publisher description for Direct MP3 Splitter Joiner
Direct MP3 Splitter Joiner is a simple software utility that allows any person with no technical expertise or special training join or split sound files (mp3 or wav) as well as perform basic editing, like trimming files or cutting silence out. The program is perfect for people who record internet radio shows and podcasts. Other categories of people who are likely to enjoy Direct MP3 Splitter Joiner include musicians, podcasters, DJs, radio personnel, journalists, professional speakers and webmasters. The program is perfect for taking a large sound file and chopping it up onto several smaller parts, so they can be easily uploaded to a website or e-mailed. Direct MP3 Splitter Joiner is also capable doing just the opposite - taking several parts of a file or several different sound files and joining them together, in order to create a new sound file that may be over 1 GB in size. Program users are sure to appreciate added-value features the program comes with, such as ID3 tag support (including tag editing options), adjustable playback speed, automatic track numbering, support for mp3 files with variable bitrate, MPEG1, MPEG2 and MPEG 2.5 Layer3 files support, drag and drop interface. Another great (and rare) option featured in this program is automatic pause detection that allows users to split sound file into several songs with one click of a button, which is especially handy when digitizing old LPs and cassettes. Direct MP3 Splitter Joiner also works as automatic mp3 splitter and is capable of splitting mp3 files into equal portions by time, size or number of parts. CUE files are supported as well, so the program can function as mp3 album splitter. Direct MP3 Splitter Joiner allows saving work in progress, supports creating projects and does not recompress tracks, so the quality of audio always stays the same.