How to Cut WMA Files
This article mainly focuses on how to split WMA audio files with high precise and without any audio quality loss. There are few WMA cutters in the market for the purpose of this article. In order to cut WMA files better, I strongly recommend Wondershare WMA splitter.
That's Wondershare Video Converter ( Video Converter for Mac ), which allows you to accurately extract your selected segments of an WMA file to a new one. So you can use this easy-to-use WMA trimmer to trim audio files to the exact length you want, split a big file into several small-sized files at a time, or directly cut off you unwanted audio clips.
The tutorial below shows you the detailed steps. Please download and install this app first, and then follow the tutorial step by step.
1 Add WMA files to this WMA cutter
Click the button to load your local WMA files to this WMA trimmer. Immediately, you'll notice the files have been added in the pane of this program.
2 Cut WMA into clips
In this app, hit the WMA file you want to cut, and then go to "Edit" option in the video item bar>"Trim" semenu. In the popping-up window, there are two sliders at both ends of the progress bar. Respectively drag and drop the two sliders to set the beginning and ending time, and then click the scissor-like icon to extract the selected audio clip. Then, just click "OK" to confirm these settings. Immediately, you'll see the selected audio clip has also been added in the pane of this WMA splitter.
For your unwanted audio clips, just delete it. If you need to merge multiple audio clips into one, just tick "Merge all videos into one" at the bottom of the main interface. Before that, make sure the play order is right, or you need to drag audio clips to rearrange them.
3 Export the new WMA files
Click the format icon in the "Output Format" pane to choose "WMA" format in the "Format">"Audio", and then press the "Convert" button on the lower-right corner of the interface to export all WMA files. When the conversion is done, open the output folder by hitting "Open Folder", you'll find each WMA clip is saved in a single file.