This tutorial explains how easily you may trim audio with just couple of clicks.
Do you need to remove unwanted parts of audio? This process is called trim which allows you to select desired portion of audio (signal) file and remove the rest, because sometimes at the beginning and end of audio file there are some noise, hiss, and hums which should be cleaned up.
Program4Pc Audio Converter is your best option by offering built-in trim function to easily undertake this task. Learn how to trim audio in just a few steps with Program4Pc Audio Converter as simple as 1-2-3.
Click the Add Files button and choose the files for conversion in the new window or drag-n-drop them into the program. Your audio files will be added to the Audio Converter file list.
To convert and trim audio CD or DVD's audio simply click Add CD and Add DVD buttons.
Step 3: Choose an Audio File to Trim
Select an audio file you wish to trim, then click the Trim button in top of program's interface to open the audio file.
Step 4: Select Desire Area and Trim Your Audio
Select an area where you want to keep in an audio file by clicking within the Waveform Display and without releasing the left mouse button, move the cursor to the left or right to make a selection (when done, release the mouse button).
Click the Trim button to trim audio track, keep selected portion and remove the rest of it.
Step 5: Save and Convert the Trimmed Audio
Click the Audio Format tab and select the preferred audio format from the list. Then click on Preset drop-down menu and choose one that best suits your needs.
Choose the folder in which you want to place your converted files in the Output Folder line. Then click Convert Now to start the process, which may take from one to several minutes depending on the number of files you convert and their sizes.
The audio file has been trimmed and you deleted unwanted parts of audio as fast as possible.