'Cropping' a recorded radio programme
geoff.getiplayer at alphaworks.co.uk
Thu Oct 18 17:33:06 EDT 2012
A late reply but I'd meant to post a note summarising the process I used
to perform this crop. I've just cropped another file so I'll take this
opportunity to post in case it helps someone else; it needed four
downloads and a bit of experimentation so so I think the chances of
someone needing help are reasonable
Use Yamb to extract AAC from M4A file
Requires MP4Box to be downloaded
Editing -> Extract Streams
Extract to raw format
Use MP3DirectCut to crop required sections
Requires libfaad2.dll to be downloaded
File -> Save selection
Use Yamb to create MP4
On 12/06/2012 18:04, Clive wrote:
> I can endorse Yamb - delightful little "drag-n-drop" utility that does
> just what it says.
> On 12/06/12 00:17, bat guano wrote:
>> Could you give me hint on how to "extract the AAC"?>
>> If you're using a Windows computer
>> "Yamb-188.8.131.52 beta 2 with installer"
>> will do the job.
>> Also it will re-pack the aac back into m4a afterwards.
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