lossless cutters for lossy formats. 2018-02-01 23:54:37 I'm looking for a good lossless cutter with suppor for the popular lossy audio codecs, mainly Opus, Vorbis, and AAC.MP3 is well covered by the excelent mp3DirectCut, which marks the standard I'm after, with it's nice visual editor.So far I've been using LosslessCut https://github.com/mifi/lossless-cut/, which does the job, at least in the technical aspect: That is, it cuts the file correctly as far as I can tell. The problem is that the interface is terrible for cutting audio.The GUI is really meant for video, and, while, being based on FFmpeg, it also supports audio-only files, the position granularity seems to be meant for framesteps, which is not too good for audio. When fed with audio-only, it seems to assume a 60Hz framerate judging by to the rounded up 0.016666~ second steps that it allows. Interestingly, if you click in the positionbar, you may reach a postion that's not aligned to these imaginary frame boundaries, and if you use the framestep buttons from that non-aligned position, it advances the equivalent of 1 frame from that position. I assume that, with a video file, it will maintain frame boundary alignment, but I'm not editing video.Specially aggravating is the fact that you are given a milisecond based timestamp but you can't manually edit those. You have to use the positionbar and the framestep buttons for everything.Resuming, I'm looking for a good lossless cutter for these formats, hopefuly one that will approach the quality of mp3DirectCut.