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ReJoiner can join audiobooks that are split up in too many different tracks. ReJoiner is meant to join/merge the tracks of one folder to one single track. You can also use it for joining chapters or other audio tracks. Audio file types supported by now: mp3, m4a, aif, wav. The result will allways be a mp3 file.Its working through two levels of folder hierarchy.

What's New

Version 1.1.1:
  • If the files that are to be joined are somewhere inside the iTunes-Music Folder they will be duplicated to the desktop first. This is because of iTunes ability to "manage" the files inside this folder. This behaviour would otherwise confuse ReJoiner. After finishing these files will be moved to the trash. If the files are not in this folder ReJoiner works as normal.
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Requirements

Mac OS X 10.3 or later, iTunes 4.0 or later

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Alan Brenville Member IconComment+0
Alan Brenville
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ReJoiner looks like a good app but download not possible from the site link.

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Version 1.1.1
Traum
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http://rejoiner.softonic.com/mac/descargar

Tric Member IconComment+0
Tric
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I can't find the download-file anymore. Can anybody who still has it mail it to me?
Thanks in advance!
Tric

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Version 1.1.1
Cronos
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I have the same problem. I can´t find ReJoiner anywhere.
If you find it, please send me an email to and I will do the same for you.

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Anonymous
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Great app! Is it recompressing the files? It hasn't worked for me since I upgraded to OSX 10.4.2, QT7 & iTunes4.9. It seems to copy the files to the desktop alright but then quits out. Looking forward to an update if the problem lies within the Apple updates & not just on my machine.

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Version 1.1.1
Anonymous Member IconReview
Anonymous
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Another reason for using Rejoiner:
Since my PackardBell Audio Key 256 Mb (MP3-player) doesn't play the songs in the normal order!!
PackardBell doesn't seem to care, regarding their forum-site.
With Rejoiner I managed to make one file out of four of five files of classic music, which together form a symphony. Pretty unpleasant to the parts in uncontrollable order, but thanks to Rejoiner I have some control over that now.

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Version 1.1.1
Anonymous Member IconReview
Anonymous
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Why would you want to join audiobook MP3s? Simple: You can convert the product to a bookmarkable AAC file with iTunes. And that's a lot nicer than having to keep track of a zillion MP3 files.

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Version 1.1.1
Alec Member IconReview+0
Alec
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It's a crap, man! I was rather satisfied with ReJoiner 1.0.1. Why have you just spoiled it?

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Version 1.1.1
Oliver Wolff (Developer) Member IconDev+0
Oliver Wolff (Developer)
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Hi
Some people complained about the following bug:
ReJoiner is complaining about wrong iTunes settings even if they are unchecked!
This should have been fixed in the most recent version (1.1.1) and I can´t reproduce it on my machine so I need your help. If you have this problem please send me a mail with following informations:
- System and iTunes Version
- System language
- Where are the files to be rejoined located (somewhere inside the iTunes Music Folder?)
If everything works fine I would also appreciate a message with the same informations. rejoiner@hornfred.de
For more information please visit the homepage.
Thanks
Oliver Wolff

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Version 1.1.1
Anonymous Member IconReview
Anonymous
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WOW...this does exactly what its says and well...ugly icon, but nothing i can't change...good work peeps!!

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Version 1.1.1
Anonymous Member IconReview
Anonymous
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Bug Notice: 10.11.2004
I´m sorry to report a rare bug in ReJoiner 1.1 and earlier:

The Problem:
If the files to be rejoined are located somewhere inside the iTunes-Music folder
AND the option "Keep iTunes Music folder organized" is set
- ReJoiner shows a warning with a problem in your iTunes preferences and qutting
itself or
- Some Files will be moved to an other place by iTunes (because of the said
option)
This is a rather strange problem. But in any case there will be deleted no files
at all.
This is aditional to the "normal" iTunes Preferences warning and you
should follow the Instructions shown there first.

Workaround:
- Put the files to be ReJoined to a location outside the iTunes Music Folder
and it will work with no problems.
- Will be fixed in the next Version

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Version 1.1
Anonymous Member IconReview
Anonymous
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Dark Blade,
You ever consider what its like to listen to audiobooks in separate files with iTunes "crossfade playback" option turned on? If the split is at a bad spot or the files are cut poorly you'll have goofy spots. For people without iPods it may be preferable to have one track.

I personally would prefer multiple tracks but I can see the use for some people that would rather have one track.

I'll resist the urge ot be rude to you despite your rude comments to the developer.

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Version 1.0.1
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Downloads 19,638
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Date 10 Nov 2004
Platform OS X / PPC 32
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