JetTrim Application

If you are looking for JetTrim Application, you have come to the right place. We explain what JetTrim Application is and point you to the official download.

What is JetTrim Application?

JetTrim Application is a component part of Jet Audio Basic which is designed by Jet Audio. This application is regarded as a multimedia program for desktop computers as well as laptops and netbooks. It supports a variety of common media file formats for entertainment. Included feature of this application is the capability to record files and burn them into CDs. The component file name stored in a computer upon installation of this application is JetTrim.exe.

To fully understand what JetTrim Application is, it’s best to have an idea regarding JetAudio. This is an integrated multimedia program that is designed of a single compact rack for playing audio and video files. Its main features are recording files, converting them and burning them to CDs. File formats accepted for playback by this program are WAV, WMA, WMV, MPEG, AVI, MP3, MP3 Pro, OGG, MIDI and RM. CDs and DVDs are also accepted by this software. Other features are customizable skin user interface, speed control, multi-channel sound output, sound effects, display of synchronized lyrics including karaoke setting but only for MP3 and MIDI files, as well as video conversion for iAUDIO U3 and AVI.

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Last updated: : October 2, 2012