It's a long story, but I needed to "mend together" 16 small mp3 fragments. This baby took care of my problem in less than a second. (I'm serious, I thought I must have done something wrong, because I didn't see it do anything!)
I have only used the join functionality. It works, producing an album file (the original mp3 files can be extracted again) which plays like a single mp3 file. This is good.
Not so good is that I found my Windows XP (Home) Explorer display would not correctly show the tag field values after conversion (many showing as empty) and I could not correct these in my favourite tag editors.
Also the Join function interface is a little annoying in that I cannot control file names and Title, Album, Author and so on, because of the way the default settings work. All too constraining and too fiddly, with it re-presenting options and settings that I did not want each time, whilst not remembering those I did want. I had to re-edit several of these Tags after conversion. To make a truly merged mp3 file that did not contain all the original information and files (which is what I really wanted), I had to reconvert with another tool afterwards.
Overall though it has potential to be very useful.
I'm just using it in a really basic way and it does exactly what I need it to do. I tried a few others and this one best met my needs.
Great work! Something simple that works.
If your mp3 files has only numbers ( soundtrack from DVD ) , you must rename all chapters after chapter 9 to 9.0 ; 9.1 ; 9:2 etc. My rating between 3 and 4 stars.
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