[icecast] Need a command-line splicer of audio files for Linux

Geoff Shang gshang at pacific.net.au
Fri Mar 26 20:35:39 PST 2004



On Sat, 27 Mar 2004, Jeremy Bierbach wrote:

> sox works great. to splice out a 10-minute segment starting 12m34s into a .wav file:
> sox infile.wav outfile.wav trim 12:34 10:00

To do this sort of thing interactively, you can also use soundgrab
(http://soundgrab.sf.net).

> to splice two segments together, well:
> cat seg1.wav seg2.wav > joined.wav

Won't the 44 byte wave header of the second file make a nice loud click in
the resulting file?  I use qwavjoin from the quelcom tools for this and I'm
very happy with it.

Geoff.

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