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Subject: Re: expanding 400 song directory for dummies
From: Chris Holt (amiga2k_at_cox.net)
On Thu, 28 Aug 2003 11:14:34 -0500, Chris Hoekstra wrote:
> I run into this issue all the time with audio books. They have 4
> minute files/chapters and so there are hundreds of files for a single
> audio book. Does anyone know of a program that can aggregate these
> files into a single mp3? I have tried several and either they don't
> fix the headers (conCAT the files only) so the FF/REW and display
> doesn't show appropriate info, or they are a tedious cut and paste
> operation that would take days for all of the files.
> I would like something fairly automated, can be either *nix or Wintel,
> and just add a bunch of mp3 files together and adjust the header
> appropriately. I guess I could use VBR fix now that we have that, or
> one of the other mp3 file program, but that should have to be done.
> Thanks in advance,
> Chris H.
I use MP3 Merger. It seems to do everything properly. It's a windows
binary available at: http://mp3merge.netfirms.com/
Hope it works well for you!
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