There is a free audio editor called Audacity, at SOURCEFORGE.NET. It will change speed by percent as you mentioned, but it will only operate on one file at a time. You'd need to inport the MP3, do the conversion, then save it again. it doesn't work on a series of files.
Robin----- Original Message ----- From: "Bill Holton" <biho@xxxxxxx>
To: <blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Wednesday, May 30, 2007 11:26 PM Subject: [blindreplay] Time compression
Hi.I move most of my audio to an MP3 player, and I am wondering if there are any utilities that will take an mp3 file and compress the time so they play faster like the NLS players and talking books? I would like something i can put a list of files in, a percent to compress and let it go with batch processing. If Applian is listening, wouldn't a great feature be to have a tab on the "after recording convert to" dialog to tell Replay what percent you would like it to be compressed? 100 percent being leave alone and 50% would be to cut the time it takes to play in half?--To unsubscribe: e-mail blindreplay-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with unsubscribe in subject To contact list owner: e-mail blindreplay-admins@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
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