Convenient Windows mp3 splitter
December 9, 2005 7:31 PM   Subscribe

Desperately Wanted: a Windows mp3 file splitter designed for usability, not mere functionality. I'm looking for particular features:

--) a "Just Do it, Dammit"-style shell extension (right-click on the mp3 file, splits created immediately according to previously-set options)

--) file naming options

--) ID3 preserve/alter option

--) drag-drop UI

--) works with VBR files

The following applets have already been weighed in the scales and found wanting: mp3split, Mp3 Splitter, Mp3 TrackMaker, Mp3Cutter
posted by Moistener to Computers & Internet (5 answers total)
 
Also insufficient: musiCutter
posted by Moistener at 7:37 PM on December 9, 2005


Have you tried Audacity? I'm not sure that it meets all of your needs, but it's pretty darn good. And free.
posted by bshort at 9:04 PM on December 9, 2005


These are simple. I don't know if they fit all your requirements but I have been happy using mp3trim and mp3DirectCut.
posted by maggieb at 10:55 PM on December 9, 2005



Thanks for the suggs.

I should have been more clear.

My intent is to right-click on, say, an hour-long mp3 file and choose "Split" and have the software automatically create an array of, say, 5-minute mp3lets.

Sigh. I don't wish to fiddle with "settings" and "configurations" and other such wonders of the modern age every time I want to split an mp3 file.
posted by Moistener at 11:16 PM on December 9, 2005


http://www.sharewareriver.com/product.php?id=7285

This promises something like what you're after and it's inexpensive. It allows the Explorer context menu intergration you're after (the right click :).

Whats the intended purpose, if you don't mind my asking?
posted by IronLizard at 10:15 AM on December 10, 2005


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