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Batch-reset the Start and Stop Time of selected tracks to their entire duration

For macOS 10.10 and later only. This script will reset the Start and (optionally) the Stop Time of the selected tracks--or all the tracks of the selected playlist--to "0:00" and (optionally) their entire duration, respectively.

You might also be interested in Batch Trim Start or Stop Time (Seconds).

Action shot:

Reset Tracks Start-Stop in action

Choose to reset the tracks Start Time to 0:00 and, optionally, the Stop Time to the full duration of the track

Latest version:

  • April 1, 2017

Further:

Info:

  • This is a Compiled Script
  • file format: Script Bundle
  • Gatekeeper Security: Authorized Apple Developer ID
  • current version downloads: 292 | total downloads: 4138
  • .zip download size: 280.3K
  • older pre-OS X 10.10 version: direct download
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Current v2.2

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