The output formats that delaycut produces are AC3, EAC3, DDP, EC3, DD+ and DTS.
delaycut is portable, which means you don’t have to install it to your computer.
The application doesn’t modify your Windows registry, and you can keep it on your local disc or on a portable memory device and run it whenever it is necessary.
delaycut is the successor of AC3 Delay Corrector. The old software was discontinued and this new version with more interesting features was launched.
Other formats supported by delaycut are MPA files with 48kHz sampling frequency and linear PCM (WAV).
delaycut has a basic, intuitive interface that any user can understand at first sight. Audio files can be imported using either the file browser or the drag and drop method, but, on the other hand, batch processing is not possible.
delaycut offers you extensive information about audio files, such as file size, bit rate, sample rate, duration, total frames and bytes per frame.
The only available options are cutting files, inserting delays by setting the start and end position and handling CRC errors. You can ask delaycut to ignore, fix, silence or skip errors. The final steps of the process are choosing the destination folder, the filename and the extension type and afterwards you can start the procedure.
Changes to delaycut 188.8.131.52
delaycut is a basic solution for those needing to trim audio files and insert delays. The application offers a limited range of options, but as long as your files have the formats supported by delaycut and you just need to trim them, you will be satisfied with this utility.
- BugFix: AC3 and DTS fixes (thanks to tebasuna51).
- BugFix: Output file name is no longer ignored.
- Improvement: Larger icon.
The input formats supported by delaycut are WAV, AC3, MP3, EAC3, EC3, DDP, DD+ AND DTS.