The fact that mp3DirectCut works directly with MPEG files without needing to decompress them saves time, effort and quality.
You avoid both decompression and re-compression, which would lower the quality of your audio files.
This application will be found useful by people who want to cut their favorite parts from long live recordings, but as you begin to use it, you will discover many other interesting features.
Other formats supported by mp3DirectCut, apart from MP3, are MP2, MPA, AAC, CUE and MUS.
Your work in mp3DirectCut will be a lot easier due to its batch processing capabilities. You can perform the same operation on multiple items at the same time, which saves time and effort once again.
Other features of this program are the MP3 recording with ACM or Lame encoder, the support for Layer 2 in DVD and DVB audio, MP3 visualizations, the ID3v1.1 tag editor, the ID3v2 tag keeping, the track splitting with filename and tag creation, the VU meter and the bitrate visualization.
You can also opt for command line usage if you prefer it over a GUI.
A thing you should consider if your system has no ACM for MP3 is the mpglib.dll
file, required for cutting MP2.
The performance of mp3DirectCut is satisfactory; it doesn’t use too many system resources, it works well and it responds fast to commands.
mp3DirectCut is being constantly improved so it is up-to-date with the latest requirements and innovations; it is the favorite of many users and it makes audio editing a very easy task.
All these are possible without converting your audio files to PCM or WAV.