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MEDA MP3 Splitter allows you to split MP3 files into smaller pieces of either equal, or custom size. It comes with an an easy-to-use interface, that provides a wave form display to visually set your cut points. Additional features include drag and dr
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EIN Pictor 1.01 beta Encrypt In Picture allows you to hide any type of encrypted data inside of pictures. You can encrypt and hide a file into a picture easily. The program layout just like windows explorer, and a picture viewer is already builds-in.
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Description: MEDA MP3 Splitter allows you to split MP3 files into smaller pieces of either equal, or custom size. It comes with an an easy-to-use interface, that provides a wave form display to visually set your cut points. Additional features include drag and drop of cut points, ID3 tag editing for each cut and saving/loading cut points to or from a file. MEDA MP3 Splitter also includes a MP3 merger tool, and can convert MP3 to WAV.
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