What is An Audio Merger Capable of?
Sometimes when the file size is too much large, people would split it into several pieces for uploading to website. You may also have downloaded mp3 clips from website but can only enjoy the mp3 files clip by clip with breaks among these mp3 audios. For instance, consider a situation when you have an audio book that is saved as a thousand of MP3 files. You may want to combine those MP3s for easier cataloging and transferring to portable device (a single large file will be transferred much quicker than a thousand small ones). An audio merger tool is program which can help you join mp3 files together as one file so that there is no space among them and can be played in full flow. MP3 format is very popular, and almost every multimedia device can play MP3 files. Among examples are portable players, DVD players, mobile phones, even devices for reading electronic books.
MP3 files can be joined in two ways: you can convert them to uncompressed WAV, join the WAV files and convert the resulting single file back to MP3 format. However, with this approach, quality losses are inevitable. MP3 is a lossy format, which means that when you convert audio to this format, some quality is lost.
The other method of joining is a bit smarter. MP3 files can be combined directly, without converting them to WAV and back. With this method, audio data from separate files is copied into a single MP3 file. This method is not only better because of preserving the original quality, but it is also much quicker.
Various audio mergers are offered in the market today and many of them can be downloaded free of charge. As most users require the standard functions, these free tools normally suffice.