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rickeyjt
post Dec 14 2004, 17:44
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I am not finding mp3direct software very easy to use for non-destructive mp3 editing. I am used to Adobe Audition aka Cool Edit in how easy it is to navigate and chop up files.

Is there any other software that can work with mp3 files to chop and adjust volume without reencoding them after saving?

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Dark_Angel
post Jul 12 2005, 18:03
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Does any of those splitters maintains the LAME tag on the files, keeping the relevant data in each file created ?

I have tried MP3DirectCut, without luck.
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post Jul 12 2005, 19:08
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QUOTE (Dark_Angel @ Jul 12 2005, 06:03 PM)
Does any of those splitters maintains the LAME tag on the files, keeping the relevant data in each file created ?

I have tried MP3DirectCut, without luck.
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mp3splt does.
I split a LAME 3.97a10 '-V 4 --vbr-new' encoded file and took the first minute from it. This is what foobar shows via the properties info:
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Original file:
lame_version = LAME3.97
lame_profile =
lame_profile_index = 0
enc_delay = 576
enc_padding = 1788
mp3_accurate_length = yes
bitrate = 133
codec = MP3
channels = 2
samplerate = 44100
extrainfo = VBR
mp3_stereo_mode = joint stereo
   --------------------
7984452 samples @ 44100Hz
(mod 588 = 0)

mp3splt file:
lame_version = LAME3.97
lame_profile =
lame_profile_index = 0
enc_delay = 576
enc_padding = 1788
mp3_accurate_length = yes
bitrate = 138
codec = MP3
channels = 2
samplerate = 44100
extrainfo = VBR
mp3_stereo_mode = joint stereo
   --------------------
2644932 samples @ 44100Hz
(rounded samples : 2644824)


The Title, Artist, Album & Comment fields do get changed though.


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- rickeyjt   non-distructive mp3 edit software   Dec 14 2004, 17:44
- - dev0   win32: MP3DirectCut musiCutter MP3Trim *nix: cutmp...   Dec 14 2004, 18:19
|- - rickeyjt   QUOTE (dev0 @ Dec 14 2004, 09:19 AM)win32: MP...   Dec 14 2004, 19:41
- - RainDawg   Will those programs allow you to increase the volu...   Dec 14 2004, 18:21
|- - Otto42   QUOTE (RainDawg @ Dec 14 2004, 11:21 AM)Will ...   Dec 14 2004, 20:49
|- - jaybeee   QUOTE (Otto42 @ Dec 14 2004, 07:49 PM)QUOTE (...   Mar 3 2005, 22:37
- - dev0   MP3DirectCut and MP3Trim can. Not sure about the o...   Dec 14 2004, 18:25
- - woody_woodward   I use the MP3 editor from Data Becker http://mp3_...   Mar 3 2005, 23:33
- - searchme   thank you gentleman. for anyone else coming acros...   Apr 16 2005, 23:45
- - OblivionXYZ   does you know any software that can remove pops/cl...   Jun 26 2005, 14:21
|- - Busemann   QUOTE (OblivionXYZ @ Jun 26 2005, 05:21 AM)do...   Jun 26 2005, 15:12
|- - mathematician   QUOTE (OblivionXYZ @ Jun 26 2005, 06:51 PM)do...   Jun 30 2005, 19:43
|- - jaybeee   QUOTE (mathematician @ Jun 30 2005, 07:43 PM)...   Jul 1 2005, 10:08
- - NeoRenegade   It's in fact impossible. You can't remove ...   Jun 29 2005, 01:50
- - Lyx   Be careful with using mp3trim on gapless tracks wh...   Jun 30 2005, 11:07
- - anykey   with GoldWave you can save back in the original fo...   Jul 1 2005, 10:38
|- - jaybeee   QUOTE (anykey @ Jul 1 2005, 10:38 AM)with Gol...   Jul 1 2005, 11:10
- - Dark_Angel   Does any of those splitters maintains the LAME tag...   Jul 12 2005, 18:03
|- - jaybeee   QUOTE (Dark_Angel @ Jul 12 2005, 06:03 PM)Doe...   Jul 12 2005, 19:08
|- - SebastianG   QUOTE (jaybeee @ Jul 12 2005, 07:08 PM)mp3spl...   Jul 12 2005, 19:46
- - onthejazz   QUOTE (rickeyjt @ Dec 14 2004, 11:44 AM)I am ...   Dec 8 2005, 20:36
- - jaybeee   te he, or Sebi's pcutmp3 tool. Works a treat.   Dec 8 2005, 21:23


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