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Audio Files in Different Formats
Join Audio Files in Different Formats?
If countless numbers of audiobook files are cluttering up your computer
or MP3 player, then you might want to consider combining the individual
tracks into one continuous audio file. This makes it markedly easier
to keep track of and navigate through your audiobook collection,
since there are far fewer files overall. Joining audio files requires
the use of audio editing software that can open, edit and save the
type of audio files your book is formatted in. Audio Merge
Expert supports a wide range of audio formats and you can
even input audio files of different formats.
install Audio Merge Expert to see how easy it is to join
multiple audio files in different formats.
Audio Files Joining Guide
1. Launch Audio Merge Expert
and click "Add Files" to add audio files to the joining list. It
is also available to simply drag & drop or copy & paste the files
to the program window. To queue the listed audio files, just drag
them in the list. Click "Delete" or "Clear" button to remove one
or all the added files if needed.
Choose an output format among MP3, WMA, WAV and OGG from the dropdown
menu of the "Export Format". Click "Settings" to adjust the output
quality with the well-configured presets or specify the configuration
parameters to meet your demands. Click "Merge" to activate the "Save
3. Now, choose the output
file location and enter the output file name in the activated window.
Finally, click "Save" to start joining. The audio files are completely
joined when the process bar disappears. In a few seconds you can
enjoy your joined music on your music player.
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