mp3splt-gtk

Split MP3, Ogg Vorbis, or FLAC files without re-encoding
  http://mp3splt.sourceforge.net/
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  7 reviews



This package provides the graphical interface for splitting audio files at a given begin and end time position without decoding. If splitting an album, you can select split points and filenames manually or read them from CDDB or cue files. Splitting on silence and data from Mp3Wrap or AlbumWrap is also supported. For mp3 files, both ID3v1 & ID3v2 tags are supported. A command line interface is provided in the mp3splt package.
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hoozitthere 11 months ago

Splits FLAC with a .cue file and has a simple GUI, you can also manually split the FLAC file if you don't have a .cue file.

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Dannation 3 years ago

Amazing! This program just saved me who knows how many more hours of messing around with avconv and Audacity! Simple and fast, yet flexible at the same time! Seriously, I'm freaking ecstatic that I finally found a program this focused on splitting large audio files!

5
gosvamih 4 years ago

This program saved me a lot of time when I split the Rig Veda's 54 hours of audio into individual tracks.

4
robenroute 5 years ago

Works great (occasional crash on Mint 17 64-bit version) and sports a better/more intuitive interface than e.g. mp3DirectCut (on Windows). Many thanks for such a useful tool!

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francheu 7 years ago

does not work due to gtk problem, newer versions fix this, I tried the command line instead and it works perfectly

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Liszt 7 years ago

Works very well. Quick and easy. Slightly rough and awkward interface but I got used to this in no time.

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thx1138 9 years ago

Does the job. You have to do some test projects to understand how this app works.