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  1. Solution to large file showing as negative number for "length" I was able to split the audiobook file (14+ hours, nearly 500MB) into two mp3 files by using the free audio editing program Audacity. When I opened the resulting files in Slice, each showed a positive number for "length." Slice then had no trouble splitting them into as many tracks as I wished.
  2. Same problem; and solution: I was able to split the audiobook file (14+ hours, nearly 500MB) into two mp3 files by using the free audio editing program Audacity. (Yes it took a VERY long time to load the original file, and an even longer time to export the two new files as mp3s so that I was afraid the program had frozen; but let it run, it will complete the tasks eventually). When I opened the resulting files in Slice, each showed a positive number for "length." Slice then had no trouble splitting them into as many tracks as I wished.
  3. Hi Liesje, May be that you found a solution, but I found this forum, and your question, yesterday while searching for an answer to the same problem. I was able to split the audiobook file (14+ hours, nearly 500MB) into two mp3 files by using the free audio editing program Audacity. When I opened the resulting files in Slice, each showed a positive number for "length." Slice then had no trouble splitting them into as many tracks as I wished. I hope that it works for you as well.
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