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Thread: Mp3 Splitting

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    I have just recently d/l Vols I, II & III of UB40's Platinum Collection (so I have a
    backup of my original CDs at work, of course... ) and am quite satisfied.
    Apart from one little niggle...

    Vols I & II arrived in separate tracks, (perfect, as I wish to put all three volumes on
    one CD, so that my DVD player can read the ID3 info on each track.)

    Vol III, however, arrived as a single large track of the whole album... damn!
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    So, given that the d/l took forever anyway and I therefore do not wish to repeat
    the experience, and given that I have the track duration noted to the 1/100th of a
    second...

    Can the forum members recommend the BEST software for outputting (preferably
    in one go) all the relevent tracks as separate MP3's given the correct splitting points
    as times/frames.....?

    Have already d/l and tried a few splitters but with varying degrees of failure due to
    limitations of software (selecting tracks by dragging handles for instance... ugggh. :x )

    Thx . . .

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    I use cool Edit Pro best there is, however it isn't very user friendly for newbies becasue it can be very scary theres alot of options

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    There is Albumwrap app out in kazaa too,
    i didnt like it that much tho.
    I use Steinberg WaveLab.

    ...and just dont DL wraps, its too much work to split them,
    amongst other stuff.

    Who was the braniac to start doing wraps anyways?

    Cheers:
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    Thanks Hogster, CEPro is just the ticket. It allowed me to select my chunks
    to the third decimal place and save as straight MP3 or, if I felt so inclined, as MP3Pro
    files... wtg!

    BTW Slinger, it wasn't an ALBW file. Some 'Dubbya' wannabe had MP3'd the whole
    disk, as one file! Crazy, I know! Thx for the tip, though. Will probably try out the
    Steinberg prog in due course...

    Ciao...

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