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 in ReJoiner
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.
The result folder "...-ReJoined" can now be found on the desktop.
Fixed a Bug that could ReJoiner prevent from detecting some mp3 files correctly
what could lead to endless attempts of trying to reencode them.
If ReJoiner is canceld the result folder "...-ReJoined" will be
moved to the trash.
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