Rockbox mail archiveSubject: RE: mp3-editor?
From: Justin Heiner <jheiner_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Wed, 26 Mar 2003 11:21:13 -0400
I'm not sure about CoolEdit, but GoldWave requires you to uncompress the MP3 into memory before editing it, so you would have to recompress it when you save it, losing some quality.
I use some cheap software called mp3surgeon. It's under $20 for registration and does the best job at cutting that I've seen. You can do waveform previews so you can cut at the correct spot, etc. Very easy to use
---------- Original Message ----------
From: Matthew P. OReilly (moreilly_at_moreilly.com)
Subject: RE: mp3-editor?
Date: 3/26/2003 11:04:21a
> I have found both CoolEdit and goldwave are great programs for working
> with audio files. IIRC, both support the mp3 format natively and can do
> editing and conversions on the fly. Neither is completely free, thought
> both have free versions. (One of them uses an interesting "toll booth"
> approach - each operation you perform costs you "$0.02" and you can only
> do "$1.50" per session, when you have to close the program and open it
> again. It's one of the most innovative and least intrusive crippleware
> setups I have ever seen.)
> Hope that helps...
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se [mailto:owner-rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se]On
> Behalf Of Brad Patten
> Sent: Wednesday, March 26, 2003 8:34 AM
> To: rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se
> Subject: Re: mp3-editor?
> Speaking of editors can anyone recommend a good software program to reduce
> noise in an MP3? preferably one that doesnt make the end resulting mp3
> sound like the chipmunks on helium?
> > From: "Jörg C. Pochmann" <jcpochmann_at_web.de>
> > Date: 2003/03/26 Wed AM 08:05:33 EST
> > To: rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se
> > Subject: mp3-editor?
> > Hi out there!
> > Thought, this was not discussed before.
> > I'm just starting to do some recordings with my jukebox.
> > Now I want to cut the takes on my windows system. I used to do
> wav-recordings with
> > my Notebook, cutting with wav-editors. But now there are mp3s.
> > Where is the good or free program which can do the cutting job on mp3s?
> > Maybe with time-stretching ability.
> > Or is there no loss of quality when I manualy convert
> > normalize)>mp3 since an mp3-editor perhaps does this automatically?
> > Besten Gruß
> > <jcp>!
Received on 2003-03-26