CD Audio Frame Calculator Utility
This is a small, simple application useful for calculating how many CD Audio frames (also known as sectors or blocks) are used in a CD Audio track of a given length. This is useful for calculating frame start and/or end values when extracting the last audio track from a multi-session CD or when extracting partial audio tracks.
When you type the length of time you want to extract minutes and seconds it will automatically display the corresponding number of frames in the Total box.
Optionally you can also enter an additional fraction of a second (up to 75 frames) and a start sector.
Clicking the Copy button will copy the final value to the clipboard.
|This program uses the Microsoft .NET framework. If
you do not have the .NET framework installed, you can download it from the
Windows Update site or from
here and Service Pack 2 for the .NET
This program uses the Windows Installer version 2. If you do not have the Windows Installer download the package below that includes the windows installer.
Download the setup package
with the windows installer (3.5Mb)
This download is a fully functional program.
Donations Accepted: Not required, but if you find it useful, encourage me to
Windows 98, ME, NT4.0, 2000 and XP (Windows 95 not
Windows .NET Framework
Windows Installer 2
Less than 1 Mb Free disk space for the program.
Contact: Rick Macmurchie
1000 Fenn Avenue, Victoria B.C. Canada V8Y 1P3
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