Audio Merge & Split

Developer: Huafang liu

Current Version: 2.3.1

Last Updated: 3 years ago

Download Size: 12.6 MB - Download

Description:

Audio Merge & Split = Audio Converter(Single file) + Audio Merger + Audio Splitter

Audio Merge & Split is a simple and user-friendly audio converting(single file), merging and splitting software.

* Supported Input Media Formats:
Audio Merge & Split supports almost all media formats, including Apple Lossless, aac, ac3, adx, aif, aiff, alaw, amr, ape, au, caf, cda, dsf, dts, flac, gsm, m4a, m4b, m4r,mj2, mka, mmf, mp2, mp3, mpga, mpa, ogg, pcm, ra, snd, spx, tta, wav, wma, wv, asf, avi, dv, flv, f4v, gif, mjpg, mkv, mov, mpg, mpeg, mp4, mts, mxf, m2ts, m4v, ogg, rm, rmvb, swf, ts, vob(output), wmv, webm, 3gp, 3g2, etc

* Supported Output Audio Formats:
Audio Merge & Split supports lots of audio formats, including Apple Lossless, aac, ac3, adx, aiff, amr, m4a, m4r, au, caf, flac, mmf, mp2, mp3, ogg, wav, wma, wv, etc

* DIY
You can select the most appropriate audio encoders, custom the most appropriate audio parameters of sample, bit rate and channel.

* Convert Audio Files to Meet Specific Requirements
For example, you can convert other audio files into *.wav, *.aiff, *.snd files with specialized formats such as adpcm、adpcm ima、pcm 8 bits, 16bit, 24bits, 32bits, 64bits, signed, unsigned, int, float, etc.

* Customize Mobile Phone Ringtones
With Audio Merge & Split, you can customize your mobile phone ring tones by splitting or triming input audio stream. In other words, you can extract any audio segment from nearly all video and audio formats by specifying the start time and the end time.

* Perfect Supported Output Devices:iPad,iPhone,iPod,HDV,DV,PS Vital,Xbox360,PS3,PSP,Blackberry,Nokia,Samsung,Android,Zune,Creative Zen,etc.

* View All the Information of the Original Media.
By Audio Merge & Split, you can view all the information of the original media file, including all audio information (encoder, sample rate, bit rate, channel, language), all video information(encoder, resolution, bit rate, aspect ratio) , all subtitle information (encoder, language).

* Play Different Format Media Files
Audio Merge & Split comes with a versatile media player built-in capable of playing files in all sorts of formats.

* Batch Splitting
Audio Merge & Split supports hundreds of batch files. You can drag several folders with a lot of movie files to Audio Merge & Split which will be running in the background. The destination folder will be auto-populated after processing is completed.

* 100% Pure Software
Audio Merge & Split will not do anything without your permission. It won’t automatically send files to iTunes, collecting your personal data or installing any bundled software.

Feedback:
Any suggestion will be appreciated, support email: [email protected] or [email protected]

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Release Notes:

Fix some small bugs about split.

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 2.3.1
Review by mrbriskers

great application for merging audio files together - Quick and easy to use. Old recordings where the CD recorder recordered the first 70-80 minutes of a sermon & then you record the rest of the sermon on another CD. You end up with 2 mp3 files and now I can merge both files to cleanup and organize the media content on servers.

Found helpful by 4 out of 5 people
1/5
Version 2.0
Review by mursitakit

Limited functionality, poor product - Poor product. When splitting into tracks, there is no export option and it only exports in WAV, even though it's on a Mac and the source file I'm using is AIF/AIFF. You can only split a song up to 10 tracks. No ability to zoom or fine-tune into an audio timeline, and you can only split a track at one-second segments (not sub-second segments), which is horrible when splitting continuous audio.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people

More Reviews for Current Version

5/5
Version 2.3.1
Review by mrbriskers

great application for merging audio files together - Quick and easy to use. Old recordings where the CD recorder recordered the first 70-80 minutes of a sermon & then you record the rest of the sermon on another CD. You end up with 2 mp3 files and now I can merge both files to cleanup and organize the media content on servers.

Found helpful by 4 out of 5 people
2/5
Version 2.3.1
Review by CPSSNY

Good for small files Not good for large files - Converting large multi-hour mp3 audio books can result in the final split file being truncated. Enough of an issue that I have moved on to another tool.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
3/5
Version 2.3.1
Review by Arneinflorida

Helpful BUT - Very annoying request for Customer Rating pops up every few minutes. Would be nice if input files could be sorted (not a deal killer). Otherwise works well. I would rate it higher if it were less annoying.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
5/5
Version 2.3.1
Review by vto808

Very good apps and reasonable price - Very very good apps and very reasonable price, just what I needed! So easy to use considering that I have no experience whatsoever in editing songs!

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
2/5
Version 2.3.1
Review by KevinCM5643

“Split” capability is maddeningly clumsy - I have a number of MP3 recordings of old-time radio programs from which I would like extract selected announcer breaks and other material. I use Audacity for lots of editing, but this app’s ability to work directly from MP3 and low 99 cent cost sounded like a better solution for this particular task. But the “Split” function of “Audio Merge & Split” is hopelessly clumsy and inept. After opening a song in AM&S, the program by default shows two breaks and three segments on a timeline of the song. The three segments are of equal length. Why does the developer preume anyone would ever want to break material into three equal lengths? A dropdown control lets you set the number of segments from 2 through 10. Now, note that this is BEFORE you’ve even started listening or moving through the file. You can drag little triangles toi show where the breaks should be. So, let’s say that you have set the dropdown to have the 5 segments, and you laboriously set the 5 triangles working through your file. Then you find you need more, so you re-set the dropdown to 10 segments. ALL TEN triangles are now re-positioned to form 10 equal sized segments; your placed locations are gone. OK, so set 10 segments to start, and drag most out of the way to the right. That would work, sort of. But what if you now find that you need an 11th or 12th segment? Nope, sorry, can’t do that. The maximum number is 10, period. Let’s say 10 segments suffices, and you want to save the segments with the identified material you want to save. Say, segments 2, 4, 6, 8. Nope, can’t do that. All 10 get saved. It would be up to you to toss the ones you don’t want so be sure to write down notes on paper. One of the most maddening problems of all is the difficulty of placing the segment breaks to begin with. There is a little ball that shows the current play position on the timeline. One would expect that you could drag a triangle split pointer to that location. Nope, as soon as you start dragging a triangle, the ball play location jumps to the triangle you are dragging. The only way to place a split triangle at a desired location is to play to find the location, observe the time at that location (thankfully, that is shown), and then move a split triangle to the same time. But even that doesn’t do what many would like. There is a resolution of a full second where anything (play or split) can be placed. You can’t get any more refined to get just the right moment. And moving items is painfully awkward, inasmuch as the timeline is only about three inches long: the app’s window cannot be widened to give a little more room. The good news is that with just a few small changes to the user interface, this app could go from worthless to being a delightly simple and practical tool for ones editing toolkit: - ditch the dropdown setting of segments. Instead, start with a single split triangle at halfway. Add a “Add split” button to add more split triangles as needed, and do the add without changing existing splits. - the maximum splits should be much greater than 10, say, 100. - dragging a split should not affect the current play location - the timeline needs to be longer than the current approximate 3 inches. First, move it and its controls to the bottom panel so it runs the full width of the app. Then, allow the app’s width to be changed to the full width of the monitor. - instead of an “Edit” button that shows or hides the list of segments, the app could have a simple toggle choice of “Artwork / Segments”, showing either the artwork from the MP3 or the segment last. That way it would not need to allow for extra width to accommodate the list if it is slid out. - the segment list could benefit from addition of a simple checkbox (default: checked) to each item denoting whether it should be included in the output. - the only hard change that would be highly desirable would be to go to finer resolution, that is, less than a second. There would need to be some mechanism to allow the user to set a split market that precisely. More quirks: - There is an “Edit” button that exposes a slide-out showing the times of the defined segments. Why would anyone want to hide this? And why is hidden the default state? - When you click a “Start” button, AM&S instantaneously saves all of the segments. But suppose you make a modest change and do “Start” again. This time, there is just a puzzling popup message, “Warning / Please select files (click Ready button) to start.” But the IS NO “Ready” button. - output files are given names with the times appended to the file name. It would be more practical to simply give them names appended with then segment number. I suspect it would take very little for the developer to tweak the user interface to be more practical, and I do hope he/she does. This app could be made must-have!

Found helpful by 2 out of 3 people
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