I have a question for you guys. I have an MP3 that is about 2 1/2 hours long, the battery on my MP3 Player only lasts about an hour, how can I shorten the MP3, or better yet crop it so I can listen to it in sections.
Originally posted by OzzysunI have a question for you guys. I have an MP3 that is about 2 1/2 hours long, the battery on my MP3 Player only lasts about an hour, how can I shorten the MP3, or better yet crop it so I can listen to it in sections.
Thanks in advance guys and gals!
Though I'm sure there are more sophisticated and quicker methods, I do this with Nero burning software pretty easily. Just go to the song in the program, and go to edit it. It will display a wavy graphical image of the track, and you can click at different points and play the audio from there to figure out where you are in the track. Then, chop off everything you dont want for this section. Save it with a different filename, and you've got your first clip. Keep on doing it until youve got everything you want.
I think the same thing can be done with Roxio burning software if you don't have Nero. It's an easy way to do it without having to download, install, and figure out how to use a separate program.
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I'm thinking it is more likely that you have a bad driver than a bad USB port. Do you have access to a CD-ROM burner? You could download a linux ISO that would boot from a CD and try the USB support from there.