Files that have been split can be joined back together without any difference from the original file.
The application saves track times and can load them later on.
No matter what the size of the MP3 file is, MP3Clip can handle it and split it into multiple pieces. The number of tracks you can create is virtually unlimited. Time positions can be grabbed from Winamp or Sonique.
Any good media editor should preserve ID3 tags and MP3Clip makes no exception from the rule. ID3v1 and MPEG headers are maintained.
Your work is eased by a progress bar which displays how much time is left and by the clear time format. Time can be entered either in seconds or in the mm:ss format.
The last version of MP3Clip, 1.0 full, has made some improvements to the application, such as joining any MP3 files (including split ones) into one single file; improved interface, grabbing time positions from Sonique and Winamp, saving track time lists that can be now saved to a file and loaded at a later time and fixing bugs.
MP3Clip has not been updated anymore since 2005, but it is still recommended to anyone looking for a simple way to split and merge MP3 files without affecting functionality and sound quality.
Straightforward and user-friendly, this application will help you manage your MP3 files hassle-free.
MP3Clip manages to preserve a high quality of your audio files by splitting on frame boundaries.