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Subject: Re: mp3 cutting and pasting
From: Johan Vromans (jvromans_at_squirrel.nl)
Date: 2004-08-17


Christopher Moore <christopher.h.moore_at_verizon.net> writes:

> I downlaoded mp3cut, but can't figure out how to use it. Is there a
> tool for building a cue file?

Included in the mp3cut kit is a tool cddb2cue, that produces a cue
file from a cddb entry.

Usually I use the audacity tool [1] to locate the exact cut points,
and create the cue file manually, or using the attached script.
For example, if the cut points for file album.mp3 are at 1:20 5:31.5
and 11:12, you run the scripts like this:

  perl cuefilemaker.pl album.mp3 1:20 5:31.5 11:12 > x.cue
  perl mp3cut.pl x.cue

No fancy GUI, but effective and easy.
Note that audacity works with decoding/encoding, so I only use it to
locate the cut points, not for cutting since that would degrade the
audio quality.

-- Johan

[1] http://audacity.sourceforge.net


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