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Looking for an mp3 joiner
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jacatone

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PostPosted: Fri 09 May 2014, 17:28    Post subject:  Looking for an mp3 joiner  

I use a program in Windows called Fast MP3 Cutter/Joiner to join various mp3 music and other audio files. Does something like this exist in PL 528 or Precise 571?
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Dingo


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PostPosted: Fri 09 May 2014, 17:40    Post subject:  

some time ago I compiled mp3wrap in puppy 3.01

http://filecloud.io/e0s31yb4

you can try if it works into later puppies

even if you can use also a simple cat
Code:
cat file1.mp3 file2.mp3 file 3.mp3 ... >joinedfile.mp3


it is recommended to use specific tool since cat does not works reliably about some internal specs of mp3 files and can give problems with mp3 portable players

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Geoffrey


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PostPosted: Fri 09 May 2014, 21:23    Post subject:  

mp3wrap, I compiled this in Carolina, just copy mp3wrap to /usr/bin
http://shrinathsuccess.wordpress.com/2011/11/08/mp3-cutter-and-joiner-in-linux/
Code:
# mp3wrap
Mp3Wrap Version 0.5 (2003/Jan/16). See README and COPYING for more!
Written and copyrights by Matteo Trotta - <matteo.trotta@lib.unimib.it>
THIS SOFTWARE COMES WITH ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY! USE AT YOUR OWN RISK!
HELP INFORMATION - type "man mp3wrap" to see complete documentation
USAGE
   mp3wrap [options] OUTPUTFILE MP3FILE1 MP3FILE2 [MP3FILE3]...

DESCRIPTION
   Mp3Wrap joins two or more mp3 files in one large playable mp3
   without losing filename and ID3 informations. You will obtain
   a file named OUTPUTFILE_MP3WRAP.mp3. Do not remove the MP3WRAP
   string because it's useful to let split program to detect that
   file is wrapped with this utility.
   TO SPLIT FILE USE Mp3Splt: http://mp3splt.sourceforge.net

OPTIONS
   -a  Add the specified files to an existing wrap file
   -l  List files wrapped in OUTPUTFILE. (-lv for complete infos)
   -v  Verbose mode. Will display additional informations.

EXAMPLES
   mp3wrap album.mp3 01.mp3 02.mp3 03.mp3 04.mp3
   mp3wrap -a album_MP3WRAP.mp3 ACDC*.mp3
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RSH


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PostPosted: Fri 09 May 2014, 21:52    Post subject:  

It seems to work in Precise.

Audacity opens the combined mp3 file and plays it.

MhWaveEdit opens the file but plays in ultra ultra mega giga high speed - appr. 8 minutes in 2 seconds. Laughing

Aqualung plays the file as well.

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PostPosted: Fri 09 May 2014, 22:08    Post subject:  

Here's the mp3 splitter lib and binary pets.
Code:
mp3splt
mp3splt 2.6.1 (02/05/14) - using libmp3splt 0.9.1
   Matteo Trotta <mtrotta AT users.sourceforge.net>
   Alexandru Munteanu <m AT ioalex.net>
THIS SOFTWARE COMES WITH ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY! USE AT YOUR OWN RISK!

USAGE:
      mp3splt [OPTIONS] FILE1 [FILE2] ... [BEGIN_TIME] [TIME] ... [END_TIME]
      TIME FORMAT: min.sec[.0-99], even if minutes are over 59
                   or EOF-min.sec[.0-99] (or EOF for End Of File).

OPTIONS (split mode options)
 -t + TIME: to split files every fixed time len. (TIME format same as above).
 -c + file.cddb, file.cue or "query" or "query{album}" or "internal_sheet".
      Get splitpoints and filenames from a .cddb or .cue file or from Internet
      ("query"). Use -a to auto-adjust splitpoints.
 -s   Silence detection: automatically find splitpoint. (Use -p for arguments)
 -w   Splits wrapped files created with Mp3Wrap or AlbumWrap.
 -l   Lists the tracks from file without extraction. (Only for wrapped mp3)
 -e   Error mode: split mp3 with sync error detection. (For concatenated mp3)
 -r   Trim using silence detection (Use -p for arguments)
 -A + AUDACITY_FILE: split with splitpoints from the audacity labels file
 -S + SPLIT_NUMBER: split in SPLIT_NUMBER equal time files
 -v   Prints current version and exits
 -h   Shows this help

(other options)
 -T + TAGS_VERSION: for mp3 files, force output tags as version 1, 2 or 1 & 2.
      TAGS_VERSION can be 1, 2 or 12
      (default is to set the same version as the file to split)
 -m + M3U_FILE: Appends to the specified m3u file the split filenames.
 -f   Frame mode (mp3 only): process all frames. For higher precision and VBR.
 -a   Auto-Adjust splitpoints with silence detection. (Use -p for arguments)
 -p + PARAMETERS (th, nt, off, min, rm, gap, trackmin, shots, trackjoin): user arguments for -s, -a, -t.
 -o + FORMAT: output filename pattern. Can contain those variables:
      @a: artist tag, @p: performer tag (might not exists), @b: album tag
      @t: title tag, @n: track number identifier, @N: track tag number
      (a digit may follow the 'n' or 'N' for the number of digits to output),
      @f: original filename, @g: genre
 -g + TAGS: custom tags for the split files.
      TAGS can contain those variables:
         @a, @b, @t, @y, @c, @n, @g, @o (set original tags),
         @N (auto increment track number).
      TAGS format is like [@a=artist1,@t=title1]%[@o,@N=2,@a=artist2]
       (% means that we set the tags for all remaining files)
 -G + regex=REGEX: set tags from input filename. REGEX defines how to extract
      the tags from the filename. It can contain those variables:
         (?<artist>), (?<album>), (?<title>), (?<tracknum>), (?<year>), (?<comment>), (?<genre>)
 -d + DIRNAME: to put all output files in the directory DIRNAME.
 -k   Consider input not seekable (slower). Default when input is STDIN (-).
 -O + TIME: Overlap split files with TIME (slower).
 -n   No Tag: does not write ID3v1 or vorbis comment. If you need clean files.
 -x   No Xing header: does not write the Xing header. Use with -n if you wish
      to concatenate the split files
 -N   Don't create the 'mp3splt.log' log file when using '-s'.
 -P   Pretend to split: simulation of the process, without creating any
      files or directories
 -E + CUE_FILE: export splitpoints to CUE file (use with -P if needed)
 -q   Quiet mode: try not to prompt (if possible) and print less messages.
 -Q   Very quiet mode: don't print anything to stdout and no progress bar
       (also enables -q).
 -D   Debug mode: used to debug the program.

      Please read man page for complete documentation.
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