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mp3DirectCut v2.30
mp3DirectCut v2.30 mp3DirectCut is a fast and extensive audio editor and recorder for encoded MP3. Without re-encoding you can directly cut, crop or split your MP3 and AAC tracks, change the volume on MP3 and much more. Direct editing saves encoding time and preserves the original audio quality of your tracks. The built in recorder creates MP3 on the fly. Using Cue sheets, Pause detection or Auto cue you can easily divide long files. Features Direct data copying, no re-encoding Non-destructive cut, copy, paste Volume change, fading, normalizing for MP3 MP3 recording with ACM or Lame encoder Fast MPEG visualisation and easy navigation AAC support, MP2 support Batch processing, Cue Sheet support Pause detection, Auto cue by time values Track splitting with filename and tag creation Trim, Crop, Fast play, Loop play ID3v1.1 tag editor, ID3v2 tag keeping VU meter, bitrate visualisation Command line usage, Unicode support Requirements Windows or Linux with Wine For MP3 play/cut: MP3 ACM codec (present in Windows) or mpglib.dll For AAC play/cut: libfaad2.dll (32 bit) For MP3 recording: encoding ACM or Lame encoder DLL (32 bit) For MP4 demuxing: ffmpeg.exe Current version Version 2.30 ∑ 2020-06-22 MD5 checksum: a4043199945edd9023e2274445b6d528 Changes 2.30 Cue sheet load problem fixed ∑ Longer delay time for tooltips ∑ Check for overdrive function (Normalize) ∑ Fixed garbage bytes on VBR header creation ∑ Some corrections
5/5 2,042 Jun 30, 2020
Martin Pesch
   
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