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Software to combine music into one track?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Well, I downloaded about 17 gigs of music, (Over 5000 songs) and steam music library won't even load them, it'll just crash. Is there any way to combine them into one song? Like a thousand at a time or all at once??
Please help..
EDIT:
They are Mp3 Files
My PC is shit 
I want to play Csgo while listening.
Using steam music

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Himommies said:

Are they Mp3.s first of all as steam only recognizes those.Also why are you using steam Music Player.itunes or something is much better

Because my pc is shit and I want to play CSGO...

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1 minute ago, NeonEagle80 said:

Because my pc is shit and I want to play CSGO...

So?Shouldn't be that taxing and you really shouldn't be listening to music while playing CS,your putting yourself at a huge disadvantage

Use AIMP or foobar if your that concerned 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, Himommies said:

So?Shouldn't be that taxing and you really shouldn't be listening to music while playing CS,your putting yourself at a huge disadvantage

Use AIMP or foobar if your that concerned 

Im not playing comp, just wanna chill and play.
Also I only get around 15 fps, while Aimp lower that?

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Just now, NeonEagle80 said:

Because my pc is shit and I want to play CSGO...

best thing to do if you got a shit pc: clutter the drive with 17 gigs of music, downloaded from god-knows-where.

 

i doubt that playing music through steam will use less ressources compared to a light media player that does not suck at playing media doing the same job. 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, NeonEagle80 said:

Im not playing comp, just wanna chill and play.
Also I only get around 15 fps, while Aimp lower that?

It and steam music player will be on par

also how are you only getting 15 FPS on CS.A C2D can do better than that.What settings you on?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, Himommies said:

It and steam music player will be on par

also how are you only getting 15 FPS on CS.A C2D can do better than that.What settings you on?

Low settings, my laptop is quad core ;-;
No background applications...

 

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Just now, NeonEagle80 said:

Low settings, my laptop is quad core ;-;
No background applications...

 

Do 720p low-mid.There's not much of a difference in CS at least


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Himommies said:

Do 720p low-mid.There's not much of a difference in CS at least

I am playing 720 p, all lowest settings mate

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The funniest part of this is if your PC won't even play them without crashing how do you think it's possibly going to handle stitching 1000 MP3s together?


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I'm guessing that Steam is having issues with scanning library. Just leave it be for few hours, or add smaller amounts of tracks to library folder. It doesn't use much RAM nor CPU to scan files, but sure will halt drive for time of scanning. It took Foobar about 5mins to scan my 23gb worth of music files and album art.


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use FFMPEG concat to combine the mp3 files into a single one.

ffmpeg -i "concat:file1.mp3|file2.mp3" -acodec copy output.mp3

since you are on windows I would recommend using chocolatey to install ffmpeg

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