Projects / AudioSlicer


AudioSlicer is a Cocoa GUI application that finds all silences in an audio file and allows you to split it into several smaller audio files and to name/tag them properly. While most other tools split automatically according to certain criteria, AudioSlicer shows you all silences within a certain range of duration. You can then listen and decide whether you want to split there. The splitting is done without loss; there is no decoding and re-encoding of audio data.

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  •  04 Dec 2006 22:58

    Release Notes: This release fixes a bug that caused AudioSlicer to crash if no ID3 tag was found in the MP3 file.

    •  03 Dec 2006 19:46

      Release Notes: A Universal binary is available, which works now on Intel Macs. The silence analyzer was recoded to run optimally multi-threaded on multi-core machines. The build process of the required libraries was reengineered to happen automatically in xcode. A link was added to open the new manual from the help menu. taglib is now used instead of id3lib for Unicode support. Several minor bugs were fixed.

      •  05 Jul 2005 11:20

        Release Notes: A bug which caused AudioSlicer to hang under Mac OS 10.4 audio play aborted was fixed.

        •  24 Apr 2004 12:51

          No changes have been submitted for this release.


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