Tagged: mp3

MP3 Toolkit

MP3 Toolkit: Freeware All In One Audio Utility

MP3 Toolkit is a freeware utility with a useful number of tools for working with MP3s and audio files in general. The welcome screen is a shortcut to all the tools. These are MP3 Converter, CD to MP3 Ripper, MP3 Tag Editor, MP3 Merger, MP3 Editor, MP3 Cutter and MP3 Recorder. The first, MP3 Converter, prompts the user to add...

Freeware Shorts: Winyl Skinnable Audio Player

Winyl (Version: 2.50 as of this post) is an audio player and an audio organizer as well. It lets the user organize files or songs by rating and other categories and also create playlists. Those playlists can be dynamic, that is they can be based on song ratings for example. It strives to use little system resources plus it is...

Freeware FileSieve 3 Sifts Through Files And Folders

FileSieve 3 is a small program which organizes files and folders into highly configurable destination folders. As with software of its kind it is best used for organizing large amounts of files that accumulate on a system over many download and similar sessions. The process or work flow of FileSieve 3 is well defined in a five numbered step process...

Freeware Digital Janitor Tries To Organize Your Files

Digital Janitor helps you organize and specifically sort files and folders. The main purpose or usefulness of Digital Janitor is that when many files are downloaded from the, say, internet they tend to sit in one folder with differing files lost in the maze of documents, images, music and the like. Enter Digital Janitor and its rules based organizer. The...

Enware Freeware & Dirhtml Index.html Generator II

Shortly after I wrote about the dirhtml index.html generator I received an email from its developer. In part due to my confusion about the way the sorting options were presented and how the output listing was actually sorted Eric, the enware developer, had released a new, then beta, version. It has since gone out of beta and v4.833 presents a...

MP3 Creation, The Long Way

There are plenty of strictly speaking illegal means of finding and saving media. From the earlier methods of checking P2P sites and software to using places like rapidshare and torrents. The history of the internet is filled with smart and plain illegal means just to get one’s hands on music, video and software. Of course plenty of websites exist that...