mp3 Frame Remover

mp3 Frame Remover 5.2

Cut pieces of noise or silence from beginning and end of your mp3 files without
 
5.2 (See all)
Miodrag Malovic-

Cut pieces of noise or silence from beginning and end of your mp3 files without having to decode them and encode back to mp3 (loss of quality). NOTE: by registering mp3 Frame Remover, you also get two other handy mp3 utilities: mp3 Frame Editor (more powerful version of mp3 Frame Remover, used for more complex operations on mp3 files) and mp3 List Maker De Luhe (an advanced tool for making list of your mp3's; scan, import, export, compare, find duplicates, and more)File and play: Use file menu or buttons to load or save a file or files. Batch processing begins if you select multiple files in open dialog box. Closing a file is not necessary, but may be performed. Reload loads the file last loaded (resetting all values to initial states). Play menu or buttons can be used to play loaded file, saved file, preview, or multiple loaded or saved files. Note that mp3 Frame Remover doesn't play the mp3's itself, it just calls registered mp3 player, like when you click an mp3 filename in Windows explorer. Options: 1) On error: what do you want the program to do when it encounters mp3 file not formatted by the book (fail, prompt, or attempt to continue). 2) Save style: how do you want files saved as (offer save dialog every time, or append (1) or .trimmed to the filename). 3) Automatically check remove RIFF header checkbox: yes or no. 4) Automatically check remove unknown origin data: yes or no. Beginning and end frames: You have 4 methods of determining trimming time. First, manual trimming: type a desired value into a textbox, time on the beginning in the left, and time on the end in the right one. Typing a value into a textbox automatically marks the method as "manual". Then there are methods 1, 2, and 3: automatic silence detection methods, ranging from almost 100% safe method 1 to highly unsafe method 3 that you use only if you don't get results with previous methods. Detailed explanations of these methods can be viewed if you click nearby "?" bu...

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