Edit Music With Windows Media Player

Editting music with Windows Media Player Version 9 or newer is easy.

Editing music to fit your needs was once a long and complicated process, but is now easier with common software that most people have on their computers already. Editing music has been made easy with plug-ins available for Windows Media Player Version 9 or newer. In just a few steps, you can have a personalized, edited audio file.

Instructions

1. Go to “Start” and “All Programs,” then select “Windows Media Player” to launch the program.

2. Click on “Tools” at the top left corner of the program and select “Plug-Ins.” From the drop down menu select “SolveigMM WMP Trimmer Plugin.”

3. Select “File” at the top left of the menu and click on “Open” to locate your audio file.

4. Move the Windows Media Player slider to where you want the audio files to start.

5. Select the “Click to Start” button to save the position of where you want the audio file to start.

6. Move the end slider to where you want to end the audio file. The end slider has a scissor icon.

7. Select “Click to End” button to save where you want to end the audio file.

8. Choose “In” to trim selected interval or “Out” button to cut the interval out of the audio file. Click on the appropriate button.

9. Name the file in the “File Name” file and click on “Save” to save your edited audio file.

10. Click “Yes” in the pop-up box if you want to open folder with output media file. If not, click “No.”

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