[LAU] An Easier mp3Editor?
lorenzofsutton at gmail.com
Mon Aug 31 10:59:31 UTC 2015
If, as I understand correctly, mp3 is one of the blocking aspects, may I
ask why you strictly need mp3? Is it because you have a (hardware)
player which will only support mp3? Or for file-size reasons? The issue
with mp3 is that it is a patent-encumbered format and therefore very
hard to integrate into software (especially encoding - i.e. saving).
Sorry this doesn't answer explicitly your question, but may help provide
hints if after all we discover mp3 is not such a hard requirement.
On 31/08/2015 02:37, Karen Lewellen wrote:
> Hi Larry,
> i actually thought most mp3 editors worked as you described...but I do
> not normally edit mp3 files or not this way.
> does not audacity have a command line component to it?
> On Sun, 30 Aug 2015, Hart Larry wrote:
>> Hi All: While there is a chance this list is strictly for musicians,
>> however, if it is for other audio related questions, I have an
>> inquiree, if you please?
>> Since I am totally blind, I am completely in a console. I really enjoy
>> recording News-Programming from streams. However, I really want to
>> edit out the many commercial breaks. Here in Debian Linux, all the
>> mp3editors are either complicated or graphical. Ideally in an ideal
>> World, I really wish some1 would please suggest or invent an mp3editor
>> which would maybe opperate in a concept of a word-processor, such as
>> NANO, where instead of blocking text, you would be setting up to block
>> sound, while listening to it as you would in mpv or mplayer. Other mp3
>> software you must know how many minutes to chop off.but eliminating a
>> middle section would seem impossible.
>> Another blind gentleman created an editor which edits-and-records wav
>> files, "dae" "Digital Audio Editor" so I must convert mp3s
>> back-and-forth while useing dae. Thanks so much in advance if any of
>> you have suggestions of programs I can try in a non-graphical setting.
>> Also, if you would rather I not ask such things on this list, I will
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