MP3 Trimmer for Mac allows you to make substantial edits to an MP3 file without the need for re-encoding, all in a single, easy-to-use interface. The result is a useful app for anyone that frequently edits, cuts, or snips sections from MP3 tracks for video or audio production. While the interface is minimal, the app runs smoothly and provides a full trial experience. It offers numerous tools that are easily accessible and we found it to be fast and effective.
After installation of the app, you'll be forced to wait for a few seconds for it to load to access the trial version, but there are few limitations on its operation once it is up. Load an MP3 file into the app and you can start trimming by setting the in-point, the out-point, the playback speed and volume, and much more. The core functions are on the screen along with all of the basic audio metadata from the MP3 file, and you can make small adjustments to things like audio fading, gain, and silence, but there are also more functions in the menu bar to choose from if you want to further adjust your MP3 file. Everything worked quickly and saving your editing MP3 file is very easy, not requiring any additional encoding before export.
If you want a streamlined, clean interface for basic edits to your MP3 files, download the trial for MP3 Trimmer. It offers a range of functions that will allow you to make edits to your MP3 files on the fly. This is a useful app that even at the full upgrade price is worth checking out for those that frequently trim and cut MP3 files for other uses.
Editors' note: This is a review of the trial version of MP3 Trimmer for Mac 2.9.6.
With MP3 Trimmer you can edit your MP3 files - fast and easy - without re-encoding. Select your trim in-point and out-point and save it as new MP3 file with exactly the same audio quality as the original! You may also add a smooth fade-in or fade-out to your new file, to eliminate abrupt beginnings or endings. Your original MP3 file is left intact.
What's new in this version:
Another minor maintenance update. Most importantly, it takes care of the broken Version Checker.
In addition it takes care of some minor, non-critical bugs.