Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Install Mp3splt-gtk 0.6 in Ubuntu


In this day has been released a new version of Mp3Splt-gtk

Mp3Splt is a utility to split mp3 and ogg files indicating a beginning and an end.

It is especially useful for when we have an entire album in one mp3 file.

In this case division of issues we can do it manually, but also has option to do so automatically via CDDB or silence detector.

The application itself has three parts:
  • Mp3Splt: The main program for command line. Exists in Ubuntu repositories but with a much earlier version.
  • Libmp3splt: A library created from version 2.1 Mp3Splt.
  • Mp3Splt-gtk: The frontend that uses library before and that gives us a graphical perform all operations.
Some of his Features are:
  • Support for separate ogg and mp3 files indicating beginning and end.
  • Support for ID3v1 and ID3v2 for MP3 files.
  • Separate items using freedb.org automatically.
  • Automatically separates silence detecting items.
  • Allows you to split a file into determining a duration.
  • Specify folder saved.


Let's see how to install it in Ubuntu.

First of all let them know that there are packages for Maverick, Lucid and Karmic 32 and 64 bits, as well as other distributions, Mac OS X and Windows.

Packets can get from download page project , but it is important when choosing type of distribution, be installed from left to right to avoid dependency problems. So first library (libmp3splt), then CLI (Mp3Splt) and finally GUI (Mp3Splt-gtk).
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