Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: How to Suggest a Feature
Re: How to Suggest a Feature
From: David Pedersen <dav-ped_at_frisurf.no>
Date: Thu, 3 Nov 2005 18:30:39 -0500
Have you tried a software that's called MP3 DIRECT CUT? You load a mp3 file
into the software, and choose Pause split. It then will split your file into
several files. I often make use of it, when I have recorded a whole vinyl
LP, for instance, and it easily and quickly splits the thing into seperate
OK, I know, this is not exactly what you were asking for. And I have often
been missing the que function myself. But till such a thing comes around,
maybe this software will help you somehow. And best of all: It is all free
of charge. Sorry, I don't have the url here, right now, but try a search; or
mail me off list, and I can send it as an attachment. - To all you blind
users: This software functions great with screenreaders...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ronald Teune" <rtwolf_at_gmx.net>
Sent: Thursday, November 03, 2005 5:10 PM
Subject: Re: How to Suggest a Feature
> Hi Eric,
> A way to do this is creating a third party tool which splits the mp3 (or
> wave) file when the tone is there. Could you perhaps record a piece of
> audio with the tone and the surrounding sounds as mp3 and send it to me,
> or upload it somewhere? Note this: there is about a 1% chance that I have
> time to figure it out, so don't hold your breath. But it sounds like a fun
> On Thu, 03 Nov 2005 19:58:26 +0100, <rockbox-request_at_cool.haxx.se> wrote:
>> I have no idea how to talk with the programmer types here; I just
>> like crazy everything they've done to make something so accessible.
>> I would like to suggest someone think about including cue and review to
>> software. In the U.S., and probably elsewhere, the blind receives books
>> magazines on cassette tapes and articles and chapters are indicated by a
>> tone that can be heard when in fast forward or rewind. Also, things can
>> located by listening for gaps in recording when in these modes.
>> Would it be possible to implement such a thing? I know the use is
>> not just to blind people, but geeks like me who would transfer things
>> tape into MP3 format.
>> Probably just an idea when there is absolutely nothing else left to do.
>> Thanks! You rock!
>> Eric SS
Received on 2005-11-04