How to use Free Audio Editor

Step 2. Import audio

Click 'Add file…' to browse for an audio file or just drag and drop your audio file into the program's window.

Free Audio Editor: Import audio

The app will generate an audio waveform and show you the intensity of the sound.

Step 3. Edit audio

By Selections: or By Tags:
Free Audio Editor: Edit audio
  1. Define the starting point of the selection by clicking the 'Begin selection' button and define the end point by dragging the indicator to the desired position and clicking the same button.
  2. Choose as many selections as you want to delete.
  3. Undo selections: use the 'Undo selection' button to clear the selection.

Note: to undo all selections, place the indicator in the unselected area. To delete one selection, place the indicator within this selection.

Free Audio Editor: Edit audio
  1. Delete automatically set tags by clicking 'Edit > Delete auto tags' in the Menu (or right- click and choose 'Delete all auto tags').
  2. Set additional tags: drag the playback indicator to the point where you want to set a new tag and click the 'Set tag' button.
  3. Edit tags: Open 'Edit tags' menu and specify intervals for tags (e.g. 10 min, 3 min or 30 sec), or set a specific number of tags for the video file, (e.g. 1, 5, etc.), or use the 'Delete all' button (you can also select the tags you want to delete by highlighting them and pressing Del on the keyboard).

Step 4. Choose output options and save the audio

Free Audio Dub:  select partition of movie
  1. Select the output format from the drop-down menu: AAC, ALAC, AMR, FLAC, M4A, M4B, M4R, MP3, OGG, WAV, WMA.
  2. Choose saving options:

    • Save audio (save the audio as a single file deleting the selected parts)
    • Split by selections + Save audio (delete all the selected scenes and save remaining parts as separate files)
    • Split by tags + Save audio (split the audio by tags and save the parts as separate files)