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iv never done this before, can i use headache to join two mp2 files together, if not what can i use?
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From W32 command line:
Copy /b "Path to your audiofiles\*.mp2" Audiojoined.mp2


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Quote:
Originally Posted by Prodater64
From W32 command line:
Copy /b "Path to your audiofiles\*.mp2" Audiojoined.mp2
Hi,
Yes but maybe it would be wise to 1st rename both mp2 files to audio1.mp2 and audio2.mp2 otherwise you
may start your joined file and instead of hearing the begining of the 1st file you get the begining of the 2nd file.
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iv never used the command line, just the gui of headache. anyway i can use the gui to do this?

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Quote:
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iv never used the command line, just the gui of headache. anyway i can use the gui to do this?

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You can use BeSweet to join two wav files in on mp2.
For the previous hint:
1 - Make a text file. (right click, new, direct access)
2- Copy following text:
Code:
Copy /b "Path to your audiofiles\*.mp2" Audiojoined.mp2
3 - Replace "Path to your audiofiles" with your true path.
4 - Save file.
5 - Rename it from New file.txt to JoinAudio.bat.
6 - Give to your mp2 files a name as said you rds_correia in previous post.
7 - Just left click or double click (agree with your windows settings) JoinAudio.bat file.
8 - Check your audio file folder and play your new file if you want.


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