Date Added:Sep. 16, 2003
Price:Free to try (7-day trial); $19.95 to buy
Downloads Last Week:1
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This is a specific tool with a simple easy to use, intuitive interface. It auto replays the audio in the immediate area that an edit is being made, which eliminates potentially hundreds of key clicks while editing.
I used this product to make many of my own ringtones. After saving several tracks segments I exited the application and tried to play them on an MP3 player app. They couldn't be read at all. I tried loading them back into MP3 Splitter and discovered that the playback was choppy and distorted. I reloaded the originals and they played fine. This app is so trivial I can't blame this on pilot error.
After splitting mp3 files, I played them back and heard a bunch of skips. Opened files on different player and same result.
Like the title says, this product has so much potential. It's quick, simple, and a small download.
It doesn't split what you want it to split! I was trying to split tracks of an audio book so I picked the times of the sections I wanted and then let it do its thing...it ended up splitting the file in the middle of chapters. If they could get the program to function then I would consider purchasing it.
this tool is awful. the timer/counter doesn't work, or works on a random basis, and seeing as that's all the point of the software...
I downloaded this to split an album, and it would only split 3 tracks. It worked in such a way that to actually try to get any more tracks out of it other than the first 3 wasn't gunna happen.
I love this little program. It's very simple and very stable.
This utility is extremely easy to use and that ranks well for me. There's nothing worse than an application that is too difficult to use. This one, however, does lack some features I would have liked to see but is probably one of the best available on download.com. All the others just sucked. And I mean badly sucked.
Suggestion to the developer:
Instead of just having a white slider bar, create a graphical representation of the audio so that the user can quickly mark silenced points and know when a new segment should begin. Also, don't limit the user to just one segment at a time. Allow for them to create many segments and do a save all feature using a common file name with a sequential numeral to make the file unique. If you add these features you'll have a very good program that makes it worth the $19.95.
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|Publisher web site||http://www.brizsoft.com/|
|Release Date||September 16, 2003|
|Date Added||September 16, 2003|
|Category||MP3 & Audio Software|
|Operating Systems||Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP|
|Downloads Last Week||1|
|License Model||Free to try|