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Topic # 114367 17-Feb-2013 16:36
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Hi there.

I have a 40 second .mp3 file that I need to trim down. It has come off my SGS3 as a .3ga file. Whatever I download either doesn't work, or I don't want to download it for fear of it having a virus. I had a quick look in the Windows 8 Market Place but couldn't see any audio trimmers. For some reason I cannot add it to ITunes.

I don't mind if its an App on my Laptop or an Android App that will do it, I just want it done lol.

Thanks

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Microsoft Movie Maker has an "audio only" output. It should work with anything that Windows Media Player plays.

Drop in a track, and export it out again.




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  Reply # 763841 17-Feb-2013 17:26
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audacity i find is good

 
 
 
 


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Try Audacity.

EDIT: heh, mattwnz beat me to it :-)

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