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Can you edit mp3 and others audio?

Discussion in 'Audio' started by Mrlovkim, Mar 4, 2003.

  1. Mrlovkim

    Mrlovkim Regular member

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    I have downloaded some radio show bits and sometimes they go into a commercial and was wondering is there any way to edit it off?

    I have Nero 5.5_
     
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    use the nero wave editor that nero came with...unless you buy the mp3 plugin, you will not be able to save the edited file as mp3.
     
  3. Mrlovkim

    Mrlovkim Regular member

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    Thanks I will try using wave editor.:)
     
  4. JimyJames

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    You can also try Goldwave editor which is a free shareware download at goldwave.com. It'll enable you to edit, mix, add fades and filter out clicks and pops in your recordings. It's easy to use and has a lot of additional features to help finalize your project.
     
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    If you want to edit without reencoding (directly editing the MP3 - saves quality), you should use mp3directcut. Do a google search for it.
     
  6. tigre

    tigre Moderator Staff Member

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    rjamorim is right (I don't think he nees to be seconded BTW ;) - with mp3directcut you can even apply fadein/out without decoding (and re-encoding).
    Someone posting here 1ce in a while would say:

    "Hm...eh...

    It is available on this site (afterdawn.com and/or cd-rw.org)." ;)
     
  7. Mrlovkim

    Mrlovkim Regular member

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    Thanks everybody for your help.:)
     
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    And don't forget Cool Edit, does the same as above and more.
     
  9. Mrlovkim

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    Thanks,
    I downloaded Goldwave and seems to working pretty good so far.:)
     
  10. T2K

    T2K Guest

    How about soundforge???
     
  11. Mrlovkim

    Mrlovkim Regular member

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    I will look into that as well.:)
     
  12. T2K

    T2K Guest

    i listen to art bell and there are commercials so it would be benificial to cut them out. thanks
     

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