wmaSnip is an editor for Windows Media Audio files (wma). Editing is non-destructive, the audio content of the file cannot be changed, but you can annotate the file with markers defining sub-sections of tracks, known in wmaSnip as Segments. Segment definitions can be used as cue-points, allowing easy access to and playback of defined sections of audio. The audio content of segments can be sampled and saved in various formats
- Handles Windows Media Audio (.wma) files, including files encrypted with Windows Digital Rights Management (DRM) protection. Also supports MPEG audio (.mp3) files, with some limitations.
- Files accessible via your Windows Media Player Library catalogue.
- Easily identify and mark specific sections of audio (segments).
- Audio content of segments can be extracted and saved either as a direct copy of the compressed source data or by recording and saving in either .wma or .wav format.
- Apply fade-in and fade-out to mask abrupt segment start and end.
- Insert silence at beginning and end of segment recordings.
- Easily extract individual songs from lengthy recordings (see screenshot).
- Easily create audio "thumbnails" of tracks. Audio can be down-sampled while recording.