Odio Edit Latest version 184.108.40.206
Edio Edit is a light and fast audio wave editor with a simple GTK+ interface. It works with all media formats recognised by your GStreamer installation. The application can cut, crop, mix and fade audio, with the ability to undo/redo any number of steps.
I have shamelessly lifted some parts of the UI logic off Magnus Hjorth's fantastic mhWaveEdit application, although most of it has by now been modified beyond recognition.
I originally wrote it as a companion for Odio, but it can be used as a standalone application.
Here are the formats I have enabled thus far: ape, dff, dsf, flac, m4a, mkv, mp3, oga, ogg, wav, webm, wv. Tell me if you need more added (in theory, we can make it open any audio/video format).
Keyboard shortcuts and mouse actions
- [ESC] - abort current operation
- [NUMPAD+] - zoom in
- [NUMPAD-] - zoom out
- [HOME] - send cursor to start
- [END] - send cursor to end
- [CTRL+O] - load file
- [CTRL+S] - save
- [CTRL+U] - save selection as...
- [CTRL+Z] - undo
- [CTRL+Y] - redo
- [CTRL+X] - cut
- [CTRL+C] - copy
- [CTRL+V] - paste
- [CTRL+D] - delete
- [CTRL+A] - select all
- [MOUSE RIGHT CLICK] - position cursor
- [MOUSE LEFT DRAG] - modify selection
- [MOUSE LEFT CLICK] - remove selection
- [MOUSE LEFT CLICK + SHIFT] - set selection start/end
- [MOUSE DOUBLE CLICK] - select all
- [MOUSE SCROLL UP] - zoom out
- [MOUSE SCROLL DOWN] - zoom in
Odio Edit does not want to be a replacement for big all-in-one audio applications. It has been designed for basic everyday tasks, trying to remain as simple and snappy as possible.
Should you have a need to seriously abuse your audio files, you may want to turn to Audacity or something similar.
Arch > Manjaro > etc.
pamac build odio-edit-bzr
Ubuntu > etc.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:robert-tari/main sudo apt update sudo apt install odio-edit
Build dependencies 
- gst-plugins-base (development libraries )
- gtk3 (development libraries )
 The package names may slightly vary among various Linux flavours
 Some Linux flavours package development libraries separately, while some have them as part of the base package.
bzr branch lp:odio-edit cd odio-edit make # To install it sudo make install # To remove it sudo make uninstall
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