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How to Cut or Merge MP3/WAV/WMA Audio Files

Free Audio Splitter/Joiner - Cut or Merge Audio Files With Lossless Quality

You may have some big MP3 or other audio files which you want to trim, split to cut down its size for playing on your portable devices, like iPod, Creative Zen, iPhone, iPad etc. Or perhaps you have some audio files downloaded from internet and want to cut out the commercial parts. You may also want to use the particular portion of an MP3 music file as ring tone for your mobile phone.

To clip or trim your music files, you should turn to our freeware – Any Video Converter Free, which is a smart but powerful enough audio and video converter and editor tool. As an audio splitter freeware, Any Video Converter can help you cut the audio files into segments as you like. And as an audio joiner, it will also help you join or merge any audio files into big one even though they are in different formats.

This article will guide you how to cut or merge MP3/WAV/WMA/M4A/OGG/FLAC files with Any Video Converter Freeware.

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Step-by-Step Guide on How to Merge Music Files

Step 1. Download Any Video Converter Freeware and install it

Any Video Converter is a completely free music converter and editor tool for windows users. You can simply click to download and install.

Step 2. Run Any Video Converter and click "Add Videos" button

Click on the Add Videos button and then you can add audio files into the free audio converter. Select and check files you'd like to merge.

Any Video Converter support almost all video formats and audio formats as input. Except editing the source audio files, Any Video Converter can also extract audio track from video files and cut or merge the audio track and then save the audio as MP3, WAV, WMA, FLAC, AAC, OGG, M4A formats.

Step 3. Turn the "Join All files" button to ON.

In the lower right corner you could find the button. Or just simply check the audio files you would like to merge, right-click and select Merge All Files.

Merge MP3 into one

Step 4. Start Merging audio files into one.

Choose output format and click "Convert Now!" button to start merging audio files into one.

Any Video Converter Freeware supports several common-use formats as output, like MP3, M4A, AAC, FLAC, WMA, WAV, OGG. And we are planning to add more audio formats in next version.

After the conversion finished, the output audio files will be merged as you like.

 

Step-by-Step Guide on How to Cut Music Files

Step 1. Choose audio or video file you want to clip. Then click clip button button to enter "Video Clipping" window.

Step 2. Click Play button to start playing the video clip.

Step 3. Click the Start Point and End Point to trim desired section.

Step 4. Click New Segment button (NO.6), and repeat step 2 to trim another segment.

Step 5. Click on trimmed segment, and click Play Segment button to play selected segment.

Step 6. Click "Apply" to enable setting.

Step 7. Click "OK" to return to the main window.

Step 8. Check files you would like to convert and click "Convert Now!" button to start converting all checked files.


Brief introduction of the "Video Clipping" Window:

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1 - Play/Pause: used to playback and pause audio file.

2 - Play/Pause Segment: used to playback and pause selected segment.

3 - Stop: used to stop playing audio file.

4 - Previous/Next Mark: allows you to conveniently move the playhead to previous or next mark point.

5 - Start /Stop Point: used to start and stop trimming audio clip.

6 - New Segment: allows you to trim more segments.

7 - Mute: used to turn off the sound for a video currently playing.

8 - Volume Control: used to control the audio volume level.

9 - Scrubber Bar: The scroll bar lets you move to anywhere in either a segment, or the whole movie.

10 - Segments Pane: clipped audio segments are placed here.

11 - Move Up/Down: used to move clipped segment up and down.

 

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