MP3 Stream Editor Registration
Unit Price:   USD 36.14 
Total:   USD 36.14
plus 0% sales tax/VAT to USD 36.14: USD 0.00
USD 36.14
Delivery:   License key by e-mail
Platform:   Windows 2000, Windows XP x32, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows Server 2003 x32
Version:   3.3
Language:   English
General requirements:   DirectX9, Windows Media Format modules (Windows Media player installed)
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MP3 Stream Editor is an all in one tool for your MP3s. Main advantage over other MP3 tools is the ability to visually edit (cut join) MP3 audio without decoding and quality loss on a 3D sample display. Encode, re-encode, convert to WAV/WMA or any other command line encoder, record MP3/WMA/Flac streams, burn AudioCD or MP3 CD/DVD compilations, professional ID3v2 Tag editor, CD ripper with cddb/freedb support.

Main features:
  • Visually edit (cut join) without decoding and quality loss, MP3 audio files on a 3D sample display with mouse (MPEG1 LayerII, III; MPEG2 LayerII, III; WAV PCM; Ogg Vorbis)
  • Very fast MPEG editing (~20MB/s@1.6GHz, or even faster on a two drive system)
  • MPEG Error Correction (repair corrupted MPEG files)
  • Full .CUE sheet support (CD grab/cut/join/visually edit)
  • Own Subsong system
  • Encode or re-encode MP3s (powerful Preset system to store various encoding settings), WAV/WMA and universal command line encoder plugin
  • Directly record MP3/WAV/WMA/Flac streams (from any input source, record "what you hear", volume level activation, timing)
  • Grab Tracks from Audio CDs to MP3 or lossless Flac (single track/album mode) with full cddb/freedb and cover picture support
  • Supports loading of CDA files from Audio CDs
  • VBR bitrate analyzer
  • Edit and manage ID3v1 and ID3v2 Tags (all frames) including pictures in MP3s within ID3v2 Tags
  • Mass and single renamer and Tager (Filename to Tag; Tag to Filename; Tag multiple MP3s at once)
  • Flexible plugin system, assign DSP, visualisation and stream processing plugins to stream channels
  • Normalize DSP plugin keeps volume level at a desired maximum
  • CD/DVD Burner plugin for controling Nero (can burn DSP processed streams as AudioCD tracks)
  • High precision Spectrum analyzer vis Plugin
  • Network WMA Broadcaster Plugin
  • Winamp Input Plugins Bridge allows loading any sound file type supported by Winamp input Plugins
  • Sonique Vis Bridge for using Sonique visualisation plugins
  • Experimental ASIO Player Plugin
  • Advanced Subsong system and full .CUE sheet support including:
  • Grab AudioCDs in Album mode (one MP3/WAV/Flac file with Subsong system (optional .CUE sheet))
  • Cut - slice MP3s based on .CUE sheet or Subsong entries
  • Join - create one MP3 stream and generate it's .CUE sheet and Subsong layout from smaller MP3 files
  • Visually edit Subsong start points including artist/title for each subsong, or even generate .CUE sheet or Subsongs from scratch
  • Playlist compatible, Subsong order in playlist is optionally saved/loaded
  • Save Internet streams to local drive with automatic Subsong System (optional .CUE sheet) generation based on the periodically received metadata
  • Based on BASS sound system (play virtualy unlimited MP3s at once, crossfade, adjust playback speed, volume separately)
  • Supported formats: MPEG, WAV, WMA, OGG Vorbis, CDA, MOD, MO3, IT, XM, S3M, MTM, UMX, FLAC, OptimFrog, WavPack, Monkey's Audio, Musepack, AAC/MP4 (needs bass_aac.dll - MP4 FAQ) (and any format trough Winamp input plugins)
  • Favorites Quick search (quickly locate and load MP3s)
  • Multitasks, continue your work while tasks are running in the background

  • 3D GraphicsCard with HardwareVertexProcessing and DirectX 9 installed
  • BASS requires DirectX 3 or above. BASS does not require that a soundcard with DirectSound/DirectSound3D hardware accelerated drivers is installed, but it does improve performance if there is one. BASS also takes advantage of MMX, which improves the performance of the MOD music playback.
  • The Windows Media Format modules are also required to be installed on the user's system. They are installed with Windows Media player, so will already be on most users' systems, but they can also be installed separately (WMFDIST.EXE).
  • Minimal screen resolution of 1024x768

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