WavSplit splits large WAV files at given time positions. To find out split positions you can use any WAV player or editor with a time display. Also included is a tool which helps you renaming the created tracks. WavSplit is based on wavplay and GNU split.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio Capture/Recording CD Audio CD Ripping|
Release Notes: An error in TokenOK has been fixed. An option for frames per second to be set to 12 has been added. In version 1.0.0, minutes were always limited to be between 0 and 59, even when no hours were specified. The formatting of the output when the program is running has been cleaned up.
Release Notes: This release now also accepts sub-second splitting, using frames and a frames-per-second value. Alternatively, only seconds or frames can be used.
Release Notes: Initial announcement.