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Anyone know a software that can tag/bookmark specific times in a audio file?

Asked by TheBox193 (992points) September 16th, 2009

I have lecture recorded on my iPhone, I plan to copy them to my computer via iTunes.
When I have them on my computer I would like to be able to tag specific times such as at 14:30 and add a note “The Marketing Mix”. I figure there is a program out there for this, but I end up primarily finding mp3 file tag programs.
I’m running a windows XP and Vista machine.
I’m assuming iTunes/iPhone will have the file in m4a. (eww)
Anyone know of something of the sort?

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jrpowell's avatar

You will probably have to convert the book to the audio book format first. If you have a .m4a file you simply change the extension to .m4b.

From there I am not sure where to go on the Windows side. I found a Mac app that does this but I can’t find one for Windows.

edit :: If you are desperate you could try this. That seems like a pain in the ass. Someone by now should have written a program to do it. I’m just having zero luck finding it.

dpworkin's avatar

Mobi Pocket

mspnet's avatar

Hello, the social community Soundcloud allows you to tag parts of the audio file.

My Soundcloud profile –

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