An MP3 splitter that enables you to further manipulate your audio files by adjusting the play speed, detecting pauses and editing ID3 tags
|Updated||May 14th 2014|
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|Crack Size||2.5 MB|
As the title of this application suggests, Direct WAV MP3 Splitter allows you to cut audio tracks with the WAV or MP3 format in a user-friendly environment.
The interface of the program is simplistic and easy to navigate through. You can import an audio track by using the file browser only, since the "drag and drop" method is not supported. Batch processing is supported, since you can split multiple parts of the same track at once.
So, you can preview the sound file in a built-in media player and split it into equal-sized parts, by play length or size. Plus, you can input overlap values and configure pause detection settings (e.g. level, duration).
Additionally, you can check out file information (e.g. size, sample frequency rate, bit rate, channels) and edit tag details (e.g. title, artist, album, comment).
In the "Settings" area you can enable Direct WAV MP3 Splitter Crack to always confirm when overwriting files, play a sound or open the destination folder after splitting, save the tags in MP3 files, and more.
The audio processing tool requires a pretty low amount of system resources, includes a comprehensive help document with snapshots for novices, has a good response time and quickly finishes a task while maintaining the sound quality. We haven't come across any issues during our tests and strongly recommend Direct WAV MP3 Splitter to all users.
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