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Subject: Re: AW: AW: AW: AW: Delay between tracks (was: Just a short question)
From: Uwe Freese (mail_at_uwe-freese.de)
Date: 2002-09-15


Hello Danijel,

Danijel Ilisin wrote on Sunday, September 15, 2002, 7:29:36 PM:

DI> Okay, i just tried it.
DI> I split up a 100meg mp3 file in multiple parts and generated a .m3u for
DI> it.
DI> Then I let it play - sometimes there is no noticeable delay between the
DI> tracks but most of the time you hear a short break between them.

Is it right that you split the binary file only disregarding the
mp3frames? I suggest using a tool for cutting a MP3 file that cuts on
mp3 frames. This maybe makes no difference for rockbox, but it
possibly could for software players (I like mp3 files that start with
a mp3 frame).

A real nice tool for cutting MP3s is MP3DirectCut (Windows):

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mp3DirectCut
Version 1.23, July 2002
FREEWARE

mp3DirectCut is a frame editor for
MPEG audio. It makes cutting of even
large tracks quick and easy with its
fast graphic edit view. You can make
selections to cut, modify the
volume or set cues.
There will be no quality loss
because nothing of your file must
be re-encoded. You can prelisten
the whole file and even record
MP3s directly to disk.

Copyright (c) 2002 Martin Pesch
http://www.rz.uni-frankfurt.de/~pesch
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Bye, Uwe.



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