I think you have to execute a mp3 thru audacity before you can export as Mp3.
I finally unlocked it at 128Kbps and whoooo talk about major configging for
a month with all the ins and outs and encryptions and pulse code bit rate what not....
I love it though....
The metadata still gets me, you have to open it in IE and then it seems to be
XML or something like that and then the export.... the sample rates seem to be
much higher since recovering to D: Factory and from 8 to NT or back to NT, lol whenever that happened.
Can't seem to crash the browser if I wanted either..... Its just so so so so so so stable....
---- Luciano Boggino <lucianoboggino@...> wrote:
> I manage to make the label reader work from the Import->Audio, when you
> import a .wav file it asks you if you want to load the cues, if you select
> - If the file has any cue it creates 2 labeltracks one for the labels of
> the cues and another one for the notes
> - If the file doesn't has cues it shows a message telling you it has no
> I've tried it with a few files i've created in another software, and it
> seems to work fine.
> How should I go from here? Should i make patch so you guys can try it or
> should i wait untill i have the Label Writer?
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