If it doesn't do the job, report it.
Be sure to try the Linux version to avoid all the possible Windows Limitations.
Hi, I'm a graduate student studying accoustic communication in birds.
I recently made several extremely long audio recordings (from 18-43 hours in length) for a study I'm doing, using Marantz PMD670 solid-state audio recorders.
I need to split these large files into one hour chunks, but I can't find an mp3-splitting program that will recognize any sound data after ~29 hours. Basically, I end up with working files for the first 29 splits, and junk files for everything after.
Does anyone have any idea how I can split files longer than 29 hours without getting these errors? I have over 10 000 hours of recordings, so manually re-recording lenthy files is not really a viable option.
Files are Mp3 format, in mono, and recorded at 160KBPS. Max file size is just under 3GB.
Any help you can give me with this problem will be extremely appreciated.
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