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Podcast chopper for non ipod user

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Hello everyone again. This time I'm looking for a small little program to chop up long podcasts. See I don't use an ipod. The mp3 player I have I really like, but if I ever stop listing to a long podcast (2+ hours) I have to scan back to where I left off. That means holding my thumb down on the button for 5-10 minutes.

So I'd like to find a simple program that can take a long audio file, and chop it up into smaller files at something like 10 minute intervals which would allow for easier listening on a non ipod device.

Or perhaps a script or plugin for an existing software. I use mediamonkey to manage my music, or perhaps there is a way to set this up in audacity?

Thanks again!

Edited by Dreylivude, 14 July 2009 - 09:50 AM.

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