SndBite is a specialized audio editor designed for breaking large recordings into smaller components with great efficiency. Its principal intended application is in linguistic research where it is often desirable to put each word or sentence into a separate file before further processing. It is also useful for measuring pause durations. Its features include multiple simultaneous views of the waveform at different resolutions, the ability to position window edges at transitions between sound and silence, automated setting of cut points at zero-crossings, automatic filename generation easily controlled by the user, and optional automatic playback on window motion. It is scriptable and may be run in batch mode without the GUI.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio Editors Speech|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Numerous small improvements were made, especially in keyboard shortcuts.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug where right-clicking in the neighborhood window past the end of the waveform caused a crash and adds the option of displaying the amplitude along with the location of the pointer, which is useful when adjusting the silence/audio threshold. There are several other minor improvements.
Release Notes: This version adds a write history popup and makes the Iwidgets library optional. There are various small improvements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: SndBite is now able to compute the location of silences internally, eliminating the dependency on the Pause program and libsndfile. A command has been added for saving the silence list. The license is now GPL 3.
Release Notes: This release features an improved accented letter entry widget and fixes several bugs in the handling of command line arguments.