Developer: Tomoyuki Okawa

Current Version: 1.2.2

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 10.6 MB - Download


Split various types of audio clips into 2 independent segments.

Audio2Split offers an easy and quick solution to splitting audio files into two independent media segments. It supports such audio formats as AC3, AIF, FLAC, MP3, MP4 (.m4a), Ogg Vorbis (.ogg), WAV, WMA (.wma). Simply, select one of the seven tabs and then drag and drop an audio clip onto a media drop box. Set a split position and name files. And? You are just one click away from splitting the file.

* Please note that Audio2Split may not work with media clips that are protected by DRM.
** A third-party Core Audio plug-in may be required for SplitOgg.
*** QuickTime Player 7 and Telestream's Flip4Mac QuickTime component may be required for SplitWMA.

System requirements: Mac OS X 10.6.6 ~ 10.6.8, 10.7.x


Release Notes:

- In order to enhance stability, application utilizes an encrypted database to store user settings. (We are sorry, but existing users are forced to reset Preferences settings once again.)
- The slider display image should now look simpler but bette.
- A few other minor changes are done.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.2.1
Review by creative-genius

Won't split M4P audio files - I just wasted money on a program that won't do the ONE thing I want it to do. That singular want, was to be able to split a 2 hour long M4P audio book into logical sections. So if your music and audio books are purchased in iTunes as M4P files, you are out of luck. Most of the file formats this program supports are ones I rarely encounter. So if you really need to split audio files, do some research to make sure it supports your formats of choice. To be fair, since it didn't do the ONE thing I wanted it to do, I didn't even try using the program on some of the other file format types. So, for other formats, it may be great or terrible, I just haven't had the need to split those formats. I wish this was a try it before you buy it, but since it is pay upfront if feel it only deserves a single star. I've been had.

Found helpful by 1 out of 2 people