While we're talking about GoldWave, it MIGHT be able to do it, too,
but it's too long a process to experiment with for me, especially
since you can DL it for free and try it.
Let us know if it does it for you. I got my money's worth out of it
for the reversal of 29 files.
At 11:22 AM 2006-12-17, Joel Bresler wrote:
>As long as we are talking about batch processes...
>I have about 8,000 MP3 songs at highest bit rate (320 kbps) that I
>would like to convert to 92 kbps or so, and snip out a 30 to 60
>second segment suitable for web use. I need a program that can
>either edit MP3 natively or convert to an editable format, cut out
>the segment, and convert the segment to 92 kbps. It would be ideal
>if the program could also fade in and fade out, and let me pick a
>standard start time (such as 30 seconds into the cut, rather than at
>the very start which is often an introduction.)
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