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h2de5
post Dec 23 2012, 12:26
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Hi Guys,

I need to do some basic editing of some mp3 files..i.e. cut out an intro of a file.

I normally use adobe soundbooth cs4. But this is a really heavy program, that really sucks the juice from the computer.

I was wondering if there was a better (and lighter) program?. I just need to do basic cutting out of files then saving them thats all.

I also need to make tracks of long MP3s...eg. 5 or 10 minutes intervals and was told MP3 DIRECT CUT was the best do it in. Can i use this program for my above question as well? is it advised?

any help well be greatly appreciated as always.

Thanks!
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h2de5
post Jan 15 2013, 06:01
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also i put 8 sec intervals. but the audio saved in blocks of 10-11 min blocks.. is that normal?

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post Jan 15 2013, 23:17
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QUOTE (h2de5 @ Jan 15 2013, 13:01) *
OK. So i did the "Special --> Auto-cue and set how long you want each part to go for then when your done go "Save Split""
it seems to save the file in the original way i have them.. eg. they still have a variable bit rate just looks like it split the files (as i wanted) - not sure about this encoding issue Serene mentioned...?
also i put 8 sec intervals. but the audio saved in blocks of 10-11 min blocks.. is that normal?

Well if you're just splitting them it may not be a problem but sometimes when editing with mp3DirectCut an outputted file would complain of some error in mp3 re-packer. While maximizing reserve --> editing --> mp3 re-packer using -z hasn't displayed an error.
I don't think you put in the right times since it worked for me with 2m slits.
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