Step 1 – Open File
At first, you have to open the MP3 or other audio or video file you want to cut. To do that press on the “Open” button of the toolbar or select “Open” from the “File” menu.
You can also drag and drop the audio or video file to open it.
Step 2 – Select the part of the MP3 file you want to cut
Secondly, mark which part of the MP3 file you want to cut.
You can do this by selecting the part of the MP3 file’s waveform you want to cut.
Alternatively, if you know the start and end time or duration of the desired cut, enter the start time, end time or cut duration
in the appropriate textboxes.
Step 3 – Preview Cut
Thirdly, preview the cut by pressing the “Play” button. You can also select “Loop Play” from the “Play” menu. to play the cut in a loop.
Step 4 – Specify Output Format Settings
Press on the “Output Format” button to specify various output format settings or leave the default ones.
Step 5 – Cut
Lastly, press the “Cut” button to do the cut and wait for the cut process to finish.
After the cut is done, according to your specified options, Windows Explorer will open with the cut file selected, the cut file will be played with the default player,
another previously specified program will be opened with the cut file as input (for example alternative player or editor e.t.c.),
the result will be opened in a new application’s window or nothing more will be done.
Bookmarks and labeled parts can be imported and exported to a file.
After labeling parts of the audio file you can split the labeled parts of the audio file.
The application can also auto detect silence and automatically label the audio parts between the intervals of silence in order for example to split a large album into separate songs.
When the cut or edit is done you can choose to automatically explore the output file, play it, execute another program with the result as input or open the result audio file in a new application’s window in order to edit it separately afterwards.
When selecting a part of the audio file’s waveform the duration of the selection or the start and end time of the selection can be shown on the selection.
You can specify the output format of the result and also other output settings such quality, bitrate, sample rate, channels, bits per sample, cbr, vbr, vbr quality e.t.c.
Simple MP3 Cutter Joiner Editor has the unique feature to allow you to edit all the various encoder parameters that FFMPEG supports in an easy to use interface.
You can choose, for example, whether to use joint stereo and average bit rate (ABR) for the MP3 encoder or set various mov muxer flags and stereo coding method for the AAC format.
The application is multilingual and translated into more than 39 languages.
To sum up, Simple MP3 Cutter Joiner Editor is the best choice if you want a free, multilingual MP3 cutter, joiner, splitter and editor that will do its job fast and easily with many options for the result.
Use it to cut, join, split, mix and edit audio files and produce music for clips, movies and presentations.
You can create professional quality ringtones and tunes in a few seconds.
Supported Output Audio Formats
Simple MP3 Cutter Joiner Editor supports the following output formats with various encoders.
* MP3 – MPEG Layer 3 Audio
* AAC – Advanced Audio Coding
* OGG – Ogg Vorbis Audio
* WMA – Windows Media Audio 1 and 2
* OPUS – Opus Interactive Audio Codec
* RA – RealAudio 1.0
* MP2 – MPEG audio layer 2
* AC3 – Dolby Digital
* EAC3 – Dolby Digital Plus
* DTS-DCA – (DTS Coherent Acoustics)
* AMR – Adaptive Multi-Rate Audio Codec
* AMR-WB – Adaptive Multi-Rate Wideband
* iLBC – (Internet Low Bitrate Codec)
* FLAC – Free Lossless Audio Codec
* ALAC – (Apple Lossless Audio Codec)
* WV – Wavpack
* WAV – Waveform Audio
* CAF – Core Audio Format
* AIFF – Audio Interchange File Format
* AU – SUN AU Format
Supported Audio Formats
Simple MP3 Cutter Joiner Editor handles at least the following audio formats.
* Monkey’s Audio – APE
Supported Video Formats
Simple MP3 Cutter Joiner Editor can edit and extract audio from video files of at least the following formats :
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