MP3 Cutter Joiner consists of a MP3 Cutter and a MP3 Joiner. It is much easier for you to get highlights from MP3 files with MP3 Cutter function, howerver, with MP3 Joiner function, you can perfectly join many audio files into one.
Top-notch production: All MP3 files that we created with MP3 Cutter Joiner had the same quality as the original file. Producing new files was very fast, with most MP3s only taking less than 30 seconds to create.
Pleasant design: You will enjoy the plain, comfortable design of this program. There are only a handful of objects in the program window, which we found to be a streamlining aspect of MP3 Cutter Joiner.
version 4.0 can cut mp3, wav, m4a, aac etc
Ratings and Reviews
Very Poor Program
Takes a LONG time to load audio files, then begins to play it automatically and takes a LONG time to stop when you press the Stop button (there’s no option to not automatically play the audio file you load). On cutting, it will only export the selected piece, if you want to split a file you have to input the first half to export it, then go back and input the second half; in other words, it keeps the original file intact and only extracts what you want. There’s no option to have it continually reduce the original file size by the portion you’ve extracted. This is really cumbersome if you have one long audio file comprised of multiple songs that you want to break into separate songs - you have to input the start and end time of each individual song to one-by-one extract the individual songs. It doesn't continually reduce the audio file size by virtue of a song you’ve just extracted, making the next song the beginning of the remaining file.
Do not recommend. Try NCH’s Wave Studio instead.
1Gb MP3 File into 2 ~500Mb Files. Awesome.
I don’t know what other people are using this for, but I have an audiobook building app that doesn’t accept 1 gig MP3 files (converting to M4b), so I needed an easy way to split the file into two or three files.
This app allowed me to determine the start and stop of the original file and output a new file with the start & stop times in the filename.
Exactly what I needed. No hang-ups. Hasn’t crashed. I have two files that my audiobook converter can now use (nevermind why it works with two files that equate to the originally large file). What’s there not to like?
Simply Works as Described
I’m not sure why others may have had a problem with this app — I added 16 MP3 files and then created/joined into one MP3; it worked perfectly. The interface is very easy to use.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.