equalabel.ny: Regular interval labels
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thanks to Sami from the Audacity users group for suggesting this
plug-in: adding labels to the label track at regular intervals.
Copy equalabel.ny into your Audacity plug-ins folder, typically
Start a new session of Audacity. Load audio you want to add
regularly-spaced labels. Select audio [control+a]. Open analyze
menu [alt+a]. Open 'Regular interval labels'. use or change the
following three default variablees:
1. time interval between labels [seconds]
Default sixty seconds, from one second to six hundred seconds [ten
2. Label text
Default is "label".
3. Prepend numbers to label text [0=no 1=yes]
Default is yes.
People using a screen reader can view the label track in the
current beta version of Audacity 1.3.3 by opening the track menu
[alt+t] and clicking on 'edit labels'. The labels and their time
positions can be read by cursoring up and down and left-right.
press alt+f4 to return to the main Audacity screen.
Written by David R. Sky June 24, 2007.
Thanks to Alex S. Brown for example code from his silencemarker.ny
plug-in for working with the label track.
Released under terms of the GNU Public License
David R. Sky