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Re: Cutting audio into bits:

Postby rdearman » Wed Oct 05, 2016 1:06 pm

maschingon wrote:Does anybody know how to get a Windows 8.1 product key? I'm so desperate I would even buy it, but Windows seems to no longer even sell it! Help! I bought vmware fusion and I want to use Subs2srs!

I think the Wine (Windows Emulator) works on MAC, you can try that. It is opensource & free.
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Re: Cutting audio into bits:

Postby maschingon » Thu Oct 06, 2016 5:10 am

rdearman wrote:I think the Wine (Windows Emulator) works on MAC, you can try that. It is opensource & free.

Thanks rdearman; although I'm now under the impression that the only difference between subs2srs and substudy is the GUI that subs2srs has, which I don't really care about (keep in mind that I haven't tried subs2srs, so I don't know from firsthand experience).

Besides the GUI, do you know of anything that subs2srs can do that substudy can't?
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Re: Cutting audio into bits:

Postby sans-serif » Fri Oct 07, 2016 3:30 pm

Fatih wrote:I have used "mp3splt-gtk portable" heavily and strongly recommend it. It is very fast and accurate. I used it to cut about 20 minute long glossika mp3 files to 4-5 seconds long sentences using silence points detection function.

This sounds awesome! I need to give this a go.
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Re: Cutting audio into bits:

Postby arthaey » Sun Oct 09, 2016 8:44 pm

There's a new kid on the block, SubtitleMemorize. I haven't tried it, but it's defintiely in the same space.

If anyone here tries it, I'd love to hear your impression!
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Re: Cutting audio into bits:

Postby reineke » Tue Jan 22, 2019 7:45 pm

I think "technical support" should be about the forum. This is a useful technical resource.
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Re: Cutting audio into bits:

Postby Cainntear » Tue Jan 22, 2019 10:52 pm

Wlee2060 wrote:I'm using Joyoshare Media Cutter to cut mp3 song into smaller parts. Very easy to use. The most important part of it is that it will allows you to cut large audio file at a fast speed without losing any quality. And besides MP3, it also supports many other audio formats such as M4A, M4B, M4P, M4R, MPA, WMA, AAC, AC3, MKA, OGG, AIFF, RA, RAM, WAV, FLAC, AA, AAX, etc.

Are you an actual user, or paid marketing for Joyoshare, cos you signed up and posted that within 7 minutes on a thread that has been dead for over two years, and haven't posted anything in the two weeks since....
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