editing a wav file

  reddwarfcrew 23:58 11 Oct 03


I have a wav file that I want to split into various parts (basically its the audio from a concert that I want to split into its appropriate tracks).

I know how to do this with nero, but I have to do each track seperately. Is there a way (with nero or other tool) where I can simply put markers at the appropriate places and then it splits it into the tracks all in one?


  krypt1c 00:06 12 Oct 03

By your description I assume you have 1 wav file that contains a number of tracks. Try cd wave. This has an auto split function, based on the sound level, but you can fine tune. It's shareware, but if you only want to do 1 file it shouls suffice. Info & download click here

  bremner 09:52 12 Oct 03

You could of course use the Windows Sound Recorder which lets you delete sections of wav files.

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