[vorbis] split an ogg file

Michael Smith msmith at labyrinth.net.au
Thu Sep 13 17:27:59 PDT 2001

>A question, is it possible to split a ogg-vorbis file in two parts without 
>reencoding? I want is to make a utility to scan a vorbis file for 30seconds+ 
>of silence, split the file to two files and call the second file "Bonus 
>track" or something... It's annoying to have the last song of an album being 
>30minutes with 26 minutes of it being silence... I haven't looked at 
>libvorbis yet, but before I start this task I want to know if it is doable 
>without changing libvorbis itself...

vcut does this. (the splitting part, not the scanning-for-silence part). It
allows you to split a file with sample precision, without loss of any audio.
It's in vorbis-tools, and is GPL licensed.


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