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Fast and powerful, Fission V2 is the latest version of the lossless audio editor from Rogue Amoeba.

Trim, split, fade, crop, normalise many different file types losslessly, including MP3, AAC, AIFF, Apple lossless, FLAC and Wav files too. Add in the ability to transcode between different file formats, batch converting and smart splitting, and Fission V2 becomes an essential audio utility.

You can even create iPhone ringtones, share directly with SoundCloud and even create chapterised AAC files.

In this tutorial I explore all the new features in the latest version of this indispensable tool.

This full tutorial includes sections on:

  • Introduction to Fission
  • Fission User Interface
  • Basic Editing
  • Removing & Cropping Audio
  • Fading & Normalising
  • Splitting Audio
  • Smart Split
  • Adding or Merging Audio
  • Transcoding Audio Files
  • Batch Converting
  • Creating iPhone Ringtones
  • Chapterised AAC Files
  • Soundcloud Integration

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(3 comments posted)

Hi Don!

I have tried to use fission to edit a conference I recorded (5 hours straight) and its not a job that I'll finish in one sitting...

The Problem is that I can't find a way to SAVE my work halfway through. I can export, sure, but "file>save cue sheet" option seems to save the audio file not the cue sheet. I know your not tech support for this app but I was wondering if I was overlooking domething simple that you might be able to help with?

Many thanks!!



Hi Michael, Not too sure what your problem is as I have both a normal Save and Save as option in my Fission menu? Perhaps one for their support guys?

Simon Browne

Anyone know how Fission compares with the free Audacity ? I need to cut out some extraneous noises and dropouts from streamed audio. I used AudioRecorder32 to record from Sunflower driver.

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