MP3 Cut is an intuitive piece of software designed to help you split audio tracks with the MP3 format into multiple pieces. It features support for encoder configuration when it comes to the output files. Although it comes packed with some advanced options, the tool caters to first-time and power users alike.
The program does not take a long time to finish setup. However, since it is ad-supported, it offers to install some third-party utilities that it does not actually need to work properly. These can be excluded from setup.
Clear-cut interface and options
The GUI is made of a normal window with a plain and simple layout, where you can use the file browser, folder view or drag-and-drop support to import audio files for processing.
Select the cutting mode and configure encoder settings
It is possible to split the tracks by length, size (in Megabytes) or number of pieces with equal length. When it comes to the encoder, you can modify the default frequency, channel mode and bits per second. Moreover, you can specify the new location for saved files.
Evaluation and conclusion
An important aspect worth mentioning is that batch processing is supported, which means that you can cut multiple audio tracks at the same time into smaller parts. There were no kind of issues in our tests, since MP3 Cut did not hang, crash or pop up error dialogs.
It uses low CPU and RAM, so it does not affect the PC's overall performance, and manages to preserve the original quality of the files in the output tracks. All in all, MP3 Cut is a fast and effective tool that sports handy options for splitting MP3 tracks, and it does not require special experience to work with.