mpgedit is an MPEG 1 layer 1/2/3 (mp3), MPEG 2, and MPEG 2.5 audio file editor
mpgedit is an MPEG 1 layer 1/2/3 (mp3), MPEG 2, and MPEG 2.5 audio file editor that is capable of processing both Constant Bit Rate (CBR) and Variable Bit Rate (VBR) encoded files. mpgedit can cut an input MPEG file into one or more output files, as well as join one or more input MPEG files into a single output file.
Since no file decoding / encoding occurs during editing, there is no audio quality loss when editing with mpgedit. When editing VBR files that have a XING header, mpgedit updates the output file's XING header information to reflect the new file size and average bit rate.
MPGEDIT is a software that allows you edit audio files and process BitRate.
mpgedit operates in two modes: a command line and a curses-based, full-screen interactive shell. All editing functionality is available in both modes. The chief advantage of the interactive mode comes when using the playback feature for selection and verification of edit begin and end times, which is more rapidly performed interactively.
Ported to Mac OSX Panther (10.3). Special thanks go to Jared Benedict
and Public Radio Exchange
for the DONATION of a Macintosh G3 B&W computer, enabling the this porting work.
Added J command (join lines) to curses mpgedit.
Added -vvvv/-vvvvv options to mpgedit which display MD5 checksum for every mp3 Frame processed.
Added -E option (suppress edit) to mpgedit. Useful when used with -v.
Added autoedit capability to mpgedit, which searches for silence Between tracks and automatically creates edit start/stop times.
Improved overall design of xmpgedit GUI for ease of use.
Added graphic display of decoded mp3 volume levels to xmpgedit, and ability to make edits from the levels display.
- Updated build to support GCC 4.4.
Screenshots are not available currently.
What's New in MPGEdit 0.75 Dev 2
Release notes are not available currently.
No additional system requirements.