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.
In this tutorial we will show you how to update with Multiple Search and Replace your source code of your entire website, project or other text quickly, without having to do the boring task to do a change one by one on each file.
We wanted to add a image with the Windows Logo and also some text to state the System Requirements of our software applications.
We have developed more than 30 software applications so we would have to update the code to more than 30 webpages !
Instead of doing that we relied on Multiple Search and Replace to do the job !
We noticed that we should put the Windows Logo image and text after the first large image on each webpage.
The html code each large image on the webpages ends with
<span class=”clickenlarge”>click image to enlarge</span>
We have more than one large image with this html code on each webpage so we could not do a simple find and replace for all large images because that would add the Windows Logo image to all of them and not just to the first one !
A new feature in Multiple Search and Replace V2.4 is that you can specify the “Match Index” of the text to find i.e. the index of the match, that we want to process, in the collection of each file’s found matches.
This means you can specify the index of the large image for which you want to change the html code !
We want only to change the first large image so we did set the “Match Index” setting to “Equal To = 1” in the “Extended Options” tab.
We did specify the html code to find in the first tab
Afterwards, we did specify what text to insert after this html code.
Please note that we do not want to delete the old html code of the large image but insert the Windows Logo image html code after it.
Therefore we set “Replace Action Type” as “Insert After” instead of default “Replace”.
We also had to specify the folder where our html codes of our website are on our local computer. It is “c:\4dots Software”
We also want to change only the main webpages of our software applications and not the other webpages such as help webpages e.t.c.. The html files of these webpages have a filename “index-content.html”.
Therefore we specify to examine only “index-content.html” files in the “File Masks”.
We press on the “Find” button, wait a little and see the results by pressing on the “Results with Context” tab !
There is a list with the files with matches and by pressing on a file on the list the matches with their context are shown below.
If you want to exclude a file from the replace just right click on it and select “Exclude”.
Everything seems ok so we press the “Replace All” button.
Now we instantly have the Windows logo image and the system requirements text on more than 30 webpages of our software applications without having to do the boring task of doing the changes one by one !
Often, we want to batch set metadata properties such as “Title” to special values such as the filename of the PDF document.
To do that quickly and efficiently you can use Free PDF Metadata Editor V2.3.
With Free PDF Metadata Editor you can batch set the metadata properties such as Title,Author,Subject,Keywords,Creator,Custom Metadata, of many PDF documents, to special values such as filename, filename without extension, directory path, current date e.t.c.
To do that simply do the following :
1. Add the folder, or the PDF documents for which you want to set their metadata.
2. Press the “Insert Special” button next to the “Title” textbox or any other metadata property you want to set.
3.In the screen that will appear select “Filename without Extension”, or any other special value you want, and press the “OK” button.
4. Press the “Set Metadata” button on the toolbar and wait for the operation to finish.