How to Join Audio Files
It can be a real hassle putting an audio book into your MP3 player when it's split into many different files. The endless list of files makes listening quite a chore. Lucky for you, Audio Editor Deluxe is right for this situation. It can join the separate audio files into one audio book to make listening a pleasure again. Download and install Audio Editor Deluxe to join separate audio files.
1. Activate Audio Merger
Launch Audio Editor Deluxe. Click "File" tab of the Ribbon Command Bar and choose "File Merger" to activate the file merger window.
2. Input Audio Files
Now, click "Add Files" button to add audio files to the merging list. You can also use drag & drop function to both add audio files and queue the listed files. Click "Delete" or "Clear" to remove one or all the added files.
3. Specify Output Settings
Choose an output format from the dropdown menu of "Export Format" (There are MP3, WAV, WMA and OGG formats). Click "Settings" button to specify output settings. Many well-configured presets or configuration parameters of each format are provided to meet your demands. Click "Merge" to activate "Save As" window.
4. Join Audio Files
In "Save As" window, select the output folder and give a filename for the merged audio file in the browser window (You can choose "Convert" if you want to convert audio files). Then, click "Save" to start merging. The audio files are completely merged when the process bar disappears. Now, you can enjoy the merged audio files on your music player.