How to Cut MP3 files under Ubuntu
Install poc streamer package using the following command
sudo apt-get install poc-streamer
This will complete the installation.
It contains a utility mp3cut
mp3cut [ -o outputfile ] [ -T title ] [ -A artist ] [ -N album-name ] [ -t [hh:]mm:ss[+ms]-[hh:]mm:ss[+ms] ] mp3file [[ -t … ] mp3file1 …]
The following examples cuts a 120 minute MP3 in 2 parts where the first file will be 70 min long
$ mp3cut -o output1.mp3 -t 00:00+000-01:10:00+000 input.mp3
Writing to output1.mp3
Extracting 00:00:00+000-01:10:00+000 from input.mp3
$ mp3cut -o output2.mp3 -t 01:10:00+000 input.mp3
Writing to output2.mp3
Extracting 01:10:00+000-00:00:00+000 from input.mp3
I have no vested interest, but IMO mp3splt is strictly better. HTH.
Hi i have tried to use mp3cut but i always have problems. I have tried two mp3 files.
Here is the message :
[email protected]:~$ sudo mp3cut -o 5out.mp3 -t 00:20:00-00:28:00 05.mp3
Writing to 5out.mp3
Extracting 00:20:00+000-00:28:00+000 from 05.mp3
Broken frame, skipping…
Max sync exceeded: 4002
Error reading from 05.mp3: -2
I have used mp3splt-gtk and it works perfectly.
i use mp3splt-gtk but not perfect for split n now i use audacity i think he is more perfect
This works great for me. Very simple to use. Thanks for sharing!
Thanks , works Awesome
No clutter, no loss of clarity, just the straight dope. Thanks for this!