wavbreaker is a tool to take a wave file and break it up into multiple wave files. It makes a clean break at the correct position to burn the files to an audio CD without any dead space between the tracks. There is also a commandline tool to merge wave files together (wavmerge).
Release Notes: This release fixes three bugs that have surfaced since the last release in May and also adds a silence-based seeking function. Now you can seek to silent passages of your wave files and create a track break there. This should simplify editing of old LP or cassette recordings that have been recorded as one big piece of audio data.
Release Notes: A new wavmerge GUI. German, French, and Portuguese translations. New icons, sample display, and colors. Large file support (over 2 GB). Summary WAV display is now draggable. Man pages have been added. Support for loading/saving offsets from/to text files.
Release Notes: This release adds ./configure checking for ALSA and OSS. It adds a dialog to ask if you really want to quit. It adds checks for existing files, and dialogs (yes/no) to overwrite the existing files.
Release Notes: A quick bugfix for the last minute window size changes.
Release Notes: ALSA support with the ability to configure ASA or OSS use. A configuration option to prepend the file number as opposed to appending it to the file name. The Save As dialog lets you select the directory to put the new files. Uses the new GTK file dialogs if using GTK+ 2.3 or greater. This release adds the ability to export to a TOC file, and save window and pane sizes. A spinner widget to move the cursor marker by precise increments has been added. A small bug has been fixed: when deleting a track break, the durations were not updated in the list display. A file closing bug has been fixed.