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AVS Audio Converter

Merging Audio Files

AVS Audio Converter allows you to merge several audio files into a single one inserting pauses between them, if necessary.

AVS Audio Converter - Merging Audio Files

  1. Start AVS Audio Converter.

  2. Load the audio files you wish to merge into AVS Audio Converter. Use the Add File, Grab from CD or Import from Video option to do that.

    All the loaded files will be displayed within the Input Audio Area.

  3. Set the necessary audio file order using the Move Up Move Up button and Move Down Move Down button buttons below the conversion list.

  4. Check the Merge Files into One option within the Edit Area with the Convert Tab selected.

    If you wish to insert pauses between your audio files check the Insert Pauses between Files option and set the necessary duration value (measured in milliseconds) in the field next to it using the arrow buttons or the keyboard.

    Note!Note: 1000 ms = 1 second.
  5. Set the desired output file format clicking the corresponding button on the Convert Tab and choose one of the available profiles or adjust the output parameters manually. To learn more refer to the Using Profile Editors section.

  6. Insert the Output File Name and set the location for the resulting audio track. To select the desired location on your HDD press the Browse button located in the Output Audio Area.

  7. Click the Convert Now! button to start the conversion process.

Please note that AVS4YOU programs do not allow you to copy protected material. You may use this software in copying material in which you own the copyright or have obtained permission to copy from the copyright owner.

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