Replay Media Splitter offers an easy way to edit & join audio/video files. Edit AVI, ASF, WMV, MOV, MKV, MP4, MP3 or WMA. Just mark the sections of the file to keep or exclude. The join manager will join files of the same type. Why not try it today?
Replay Radio 1.1 Replay Radio lets you record radio shows from the Web, then take them with you on your Pocket PC or MP3 player. It's like a Tivo or Ultimate TV for the radio. With a Pocket PC, you can even skip over the commercials!
Replay Music 2.41 Replay Music is a revolutionary new way to record streaming music from your favorite online radio station or streaming music service. Songs are saved as individual, high quality MP3 files, auto-tagged with the artist and song title. It's cool!
Description: Replay Media Splitter is a really easy audio and video editor and file joiner. Simply load a video or audio file into the program and place markers along the timeline where you want to exclude, or keep, a potion of the file. You can mark your sections using a variety of navigation tools that give you precise control, including frame-by-frame, time based, and even K-Frames (new camera shots). Once you have finished marking the section you simply press the "trim" button and your edited file is saved, along side your original file. Replay Media Splitter has a "join manager" that allows you to easily join files of the same file type. It's super fast and easy. Replay Media Splitter edits these popular video and audio formats: MOV, AVI, WMV, ASF, WMA, MKV, MP4 and MP3. The program is super fast. You can remove commercials from all your favorite videos or trim dead air away from all your favorite MP3's. Use this program to get all your favorite files in exactly the shape you want them. Even a computer novice will have no trouble figuring out how to use this program.
WM Splitter 2.2.1409.56 WM Splitter is an easy way to edit & join audio/video files. Load an AVI, ASF, WMV, MP3 or WMA file into the program & mark the sections you want to keep or exclude. Use the join
MP3 Inventor Designs New 3D Audio System One of the scientists behind the invention of the MP3 codec has come up with a new technology that he says will revolutionize audio, creating super-realistic sound for theaters, theme parks and living rooms.