Welcome: Full Guide to MP3 Cutter for MAC
Wondershare UniConverter also has an MP3 editing tool that lets you split one MP3 file into multiple audio clips. Especially when you download a long music playlist file and want to break it into single MP3 files to store separately, this function is vitally essential. Use this guide to learn how MP3 Cutter on the desktop can help you edit, segment, preview, and export MP3 files with Wondershare Uniconverter 14.
The Windows version is available soon.
How to Use MP3 Cutter for MAC - Wondershare UniConverter (Mac) User Guide
Typical usage scenarios: what MP3 Cutter can help you to do…
- Split large-sized audio files and store them separately; for example, cut the download playlist audio into songs;
- Trim long audio to a shorter duration, for example, edit preview for your songs or podcasts;
- Crop MP3 music to clips, for example, makes a ringtone from full-version MP3 music.
- Support ID3 audio metadata editing, organize your audio library, for example, editing the details of your music or podcast files.
Easy-to-use MP3 Cutter Step-by-step Instruction
Step 1 Import a single audio file
Launch Wondershare UniConverter on your computer (a MAC is used here for reference). Then, to use MP3 Cutter, on the Home interface > select MP3 Cutter > click Add Files, then import the audio clips you want to edit.
Step 2 Cutting the audio file
Situation 1: Intelligent Splitting
If you want to cut the audio file automatically, you can let Wondershare UniConverter 14 split the imported music file with AI. Likewise, if you have more than one file to deal with, the AI can divide them accordingly.
After the AI is done with the splitting process, you can see the presentation of the AI recognition result and identification of audio file detail information, such as music track name, cover, artist, album name, etc.:
Situation 2: Manual trimming
If you are not satisfied with the intelligent recognition result, you can edit the operation manually:
Set the Start point and End point of the music segment while listening:
It supports editing music track name, cover, artist, album name, serial number, and music classification. After finishing your editing, click Apply to save your changes:
Step 3 Save the edited audio
Now click Export at the bottom to proceed:
If you're a free user, only the first two files in the export list are supported each time (less than two files are directly exported); if you're a full-version user, you can export all your files.