Windows XP here and no problems whatsoever. Load up the file you want to split, set up a name for the first file you want cut. Then move the media player thing to where you want the file to start (hit play to check) and use that number for the start value. Move the media play thing to where you want the file to stop (hit play to check) and use that number for the end value. Hit go, and it cuts that part of the file for you into the one you saved. Works quick, and just what I needed.
Dkhoyle at Dec, 16 2002 wrote:
I can't vote because I am still trying to figure out how to use the Wave Splitter 2.10us. I am running windows xp on a new HP Pavilion ,and I just dont get how to use it !! I need a program that will allow me to convert long recordings from my vinyl collection into separate songs , I thought this is the program I need . Thanks for your help and I look forward to hearing you . Danny.
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