How to use Bookmarks and Labels - Simple MP3 Cutter Joiner Editor
How to Cut MP3 File - How to make a Selection - How to Zoom the Waveform - How to Play a Preview - How to Join MP3 Files - How to Split MP3 File in Parts - How to Split MP3 File by Time - How to set Output Format - How to Import and Mix MP3 Files - How to Import CD - How to Record and Mix MP3 - How to Apply Effect on MP3 File - How to use the Equalizer - How to Fade In MP3 - How to Fade Out MP3 - How to Cross Fade MP3 - How to Adjust Volume - How to Cut, Copy, Paste, Delete a part of MP3 File - Overview Waveform - How to Move Selection - How to Trim a MP3 File - How to Reverse a MP3 File - How to Convert MP3 file from Stereo to Mono - How to Silence part of MP3 File / Generate Silence - How to Edit Selection in New Window - How to use Bookmarks and Labels - How to edit Metadata and Album Art
BookmarksTo add a bookmark, first select the desired position and then press on the "Add / Remove Bookmark" button of the toolbar or select "Add / Remove Bookmark" from the "Edit"->"Bookmarks" menu.
To remove a bookmark, first click on the red sphere image of the bookmark to select it and then press on the "Add / Remove Bookmark" button of the toolbar or select "Add / Remove Bookmark" from the "Edit"->"Bookmarks" menu.
You can view the caption of the bookmark as a mouse tooltip. To edit the caption, right click on the red sphere image of the bookmark and select "Edit Caption" from the context menu.
You can also easily move to the next or previous bookmark from the "Edit"->"Bookmarks" menu.
How to add / remove LabelTo add a label, first mark the part of the MP3 file you want for this label.
Afterwards, press on the "Add Label" button of the toolbar or select "Add Label" from the "Edit"->"Labels" menu.
How to Edit LabelsTo edit a label caption, enter the desired caption in the textbox that is in the middle of the label.
You can also edit all labels from the "Edit Labels" screen that can be opened by selecting "Edit Labels" from the "Edit"->"Labels" menu.
There, you can specify the start and end time of all labels and their caption and also custom metadata for them.
You can also set a custom output filename (without extension) for each label ,in case you want to split the audio file by labels afterwards.
How to Move LabelsTo move a label to another position select "Move Label" from the "Edit"->"Labels" menu.
In the screen that will appear select either the new position directly or select to move the selection before or after a label.
You can also move the label, by dragging the yellow sphere "Move Label" image of the label. By clicking on the label of the overview waveform the label gets selected.
You can also move a label directly before another label by dragging the label from the overview waveform and dropping it on the other label.
To move the label directly after another label, drag it from the overview waveform while holding the Control key and drop it on the other label.
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