There is a GUI for Mp3splt. And its dead easy
Mp3splt-gtk is a utility to split MP3, OGG Vorbis and native FLAC files without any change in quality. Just select begin and an end positions to cut out unwanted audio data and space, or to split entire albums to obtain the original tracks.
Download, extract & start the software
Select Batch & ...
You should be able to do this with Mp3tag. Mp3tag has a replace with regular expression action that will allow you to remove spaces in any tag field you want.
With some knowledge of regular expressions, you can trim spaces from the beginning and end of any ID3 field you want.
Has the option of looking in all subfolders of a selected ...
You can use Mp3tag:
Windows XP, 2003, Vista, 2008, 7, 8, 8.1
to remove a given text from all the tag fields of all MP3 files in a batch process:
You can create groups of actions:
you can export/import groups of actions:
Puddletag is solution I'm using on Ubuntu. Puddletag generally looking is very similar to mp3tag available on windows platform.
Trimming can be done using function Trim Whitespace (I don’t use this
function personally since i do rename all files using my specific
Folders can be added recursively
Free of charge ...
You can use SoX (Sound eXchange):
Windows / Linux / Mac
can speed up MP3s: e.g. sox --show-progress in.mp3 out.mp3 speed 2. You may want to change the pitch as well, e.g. sox --show-progress in.mp3 out.mp3 speed 2 pitch -200. You can otherwise use stretch to change the rate of playback of an audio sample while preserving the pitch. For ...
I have used mp3DirectCut for years. It is distributed as "freeware", is a Windows program, although I've discovered it behaves well running under Wine on Ubuntu. The longest MP3 file I've used it with was a 2hr 45min recording of Bach's St Matthew Passion -- it handled that very nicely.
The feature set includes:
Using Cue sheets, pause detection or ...
I would recommend you to use MP3TAG. I have been using this software for year. You can edit id3,APE,Vorbis comments jus everything in this software. Even multiple tags at once just like in excel you don't need to create an additional CSV file for that. Another additional feature is you can export all that information to an CSV,html,RTF,SFV file if you want ...
Command Line tools to batch output ID3 tags
Here is my collection of ID3 tag viewers. I collected them over the last couple of months for another project I'm currently working on. You can manipulate the PowerShell script to process as many files as you want. But for easier understanding I demonstrated it with a single input file in a first step.
taglib » ...
I'm using EasyTag for similar tasks on Linux. According to Wikipedia, this software is also available for MacOS and Windows.
Screenshot of EasyTag (source: Wikipedia; click image for larger variant)
This software should match your requirements (at least those you've explicitly mentioned):
it's free (even open source: GNU GPL licensed)
You can edit tags, ...
Have a look at Mortplayer https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.stohelit.audiobookplayer
It remembers the last point played in each file, has exact times stamp searching as well as skip forward/back by set amounts.
I've been using it for a few years on Windows Mobile, Blackberry and now Android and it's the best I've found.
You can try MP3Gain
Works with all android media players
Supports MP3 and OGG
Can work in the background - keep doing what you're doing and get a notification when MP3Gain is done!
MP3Gain is free for up to 5 songs each session.
The .odm file is not an actual audio book it is an XML media file that defines information about the audio book and where to download it from.
The application to open it is Overdrive Media which is a free application available for multiple platforms including Windows 8/10. Once you have that application you may find that it downloads the actual audio files ...
since you only need normalizing for mp3-files, you can take a look at wxMP3gain:
uses replay-gain (therefor no generation loss)
add a file or folder for processing
if you want, you can just analyze the files
displays and avoids (if configured to do so) clipping
is capable of doing all in one when configured to do so
or maybe you want to try the original (...
For most websites Firefox with FlashGot will work. When you browse a website that has flash media, an icon will appear in the top right corner. Clicking it will allow you to download any audio-video content. Or you can right-click almost everywhere on the page and choose FlashGot All
But not on this one. Right-clicking on the player will show you its name ...
Using R, it can be done. However, as far as I know, you have to upsample or downsample one of the files since they have different sampling rates (i.e. 44.1 vs 48 kHz). Doing that can change the frequency properties. Here is how you can do it, though. You'll need to install two libraries: seewave and tuneR. You can either do this with the drop down menus ...
One possible answer - if you don't mind getting your hands a little dirty is to install ffmpeg for windows then you can do this sort of thing from the command line - see this answer and this then you can even set up a batch file to do it for you, e.g. If you would like to generate a pile of uploads with the same theme music you can.
I use a program called Movie Splitter from Movie Toolbox for large .mp3 files and it is very easy and extremely fast. It works on both movie files and audio files to split them into equal parts. You browse for the mp3 file and select the number of parts you want to split it into and then specify an output folder where you want to put the split files. I split ...
I have seen the feature to remove whitespace in MP3diags but don't ask me which column it was. This program detects a myriad of errors and you could easily spend some days to fix them all.
It's free and available for all major platforms
I am a little late to the game but my answer may help someone else.
I think that you are selling Mp3tag a little short for this task. Its export function is quite robust and will allow you to create almost any text-based format you choose: html, xml, csv, tsv, and json to state a few.
For example, I use the following to dump all fields from all files on a ...
I use beets to organize my music library. It is completely free and open source, and should work on Windows as long as you have python installed.
See the Getting started guide for Windows install instructions.
It can grab the metadata from the Musicbrainz database, and can identify the song by its "acoustic fingerprint", similar to how SoundHound or Shazam ...
Take a look at MusicBee.
Simply select all the files in the library->Right click menu->Auto-tag by track->Identify track and update tags.
Now you can choose to update files based on digital sound signature or not, update blank field only or all etc
Also, from http://www.techsupportalert.com/best-free-mp3-tag-editor.htm :
Mp3tagMp3tag is a good choice ...
There is a marvellous command line program/python library called youtube-dl which will let you download and convert to audio only from youtube & other sites.
Available for multiple platforms as written in python but there is a windows executable that includes python. You may also need to install Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable Package and ...
I believe I found a working solution using software called Mp3tag. It should meet all of your requirements. Here is a list of instructions that I used and that you may be interested in:
Download and install Mp3tag.
Open your Mp3s in the software, sort them so they match the order of whatever list you have.
Select all tracks or the ones you want, right click ...
I have been using CDEX for many years, safe and sane software. Free also.
After install run cdex and go to settings
Then Directories and files, set the output directory to what you want, this is where you will find the mp3's after conversion. Set the filename format as shown.
Then go to CD drive settings and set it as shown
Now go to ...
Exact Audio Copy (EAC) is my favorite CD ripping software. It works on Windows and is free.
It supports ripping to WAV format out of the box. To convert to MP3 format, you need LAME. Install that first, if possible. It will then be detected by EAC.
As you've obviously never done this before, you may want to start in simple mode. Once you know more about it,...
I want to begin saying that, personally, I always thought Exact Audio Copy (EAC) is a bit too complex for the novices or average users. In the past I used to use Audiograbber it did quite good job for me but, just like EAC, required the user to separately download and add LAME mp3 encoding library so, even if menus/options were more comfortable than EAC, it ...