Convert, merge, and cut MP3 files with the help of this toolkit that can also edit tags, rip CDs, and record audio, all in the same place.
- MP3 Toolkit
- License :Trial
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:MP3 Toolkit
MP3 Toolkit Description
What with MP3 being one of the most popular audio file formats out there, chances are you may have looked for software utilities allowing you to make adjustments to them.
However, if you would rather opt for an all-encompassing solution that can convert, merge, cut, as well as edit your MP3 files’ tags while also putting at your disposal an audio ripper, taking MP3 Toolkit for a spin might bring you some benefits.
Sports a somewhat outdated but intuitive GUI
As said, we are dealing with a compilation of programs that enable you to handle your MP3s in a simple manner. While it may not be on the bleeding edge from an aesthetic point of view, its components are easy to handle.
First, the MP3 Converter is the component that allows you to change the file format of your MP3s to WMA, OGG, WAV, FLAC, AC3, AAC, and AMR, either individually or in batch mode. Indicating an output location is possible, while trimming the resulting file can be done as well since there is a cutter you can resort to.
Lets you convert, merge, cut audio
Then, an MP3 Tag Editor is also included, letting you add details such as title, artist, album, year, comment, track number, lyrics, and even a picture. Renaming MP3 files is also an option, as is the case with removing the tags altogether.
Regarding the MP3 Merger, things are once again straightforward, letting you add multiple MP3 files via drag and drop or by clicking the dedicated button, then join them. The process allows you to indicate the bitrate, rate, audio channel, as well as the output path.
As for the MP3 Cutter, it enables you to remove specific sections of your MP3 files using an easy-to-navigate editor that also allows you to make some changes to the audio document’s quality.
The CD ripper is tainted by some issues
As far as the MP3 Recorder is concerned, its name is quite self-explanatory. It enables you to start a recording session while also letting you indicate the sample rate, bit rate, as well as channels, with the possibility of automatically opening the output folder at the end of the task.
On the downside, however, the CD ripper did not live up to expectations since it failed to detect our CD/DVD Rom, automatically closing the app, with the same behavior being experienced on multiple computers.
Toolkit packing various features that might use some improvement
On an ending note, MP3 Toolkit is an all-inclusive set of applications helping you cut, merge, and convert MP3 files while also bundling features enabling you to edit their tags and even record audio and rip CDs.
However, the fact that its GUI might not be the most appealing of the bunch and what with its CD ripper being flawed by issues rendering it unresponsive, the app could use some improvements here and there.