From: Mike Jewell <msjmsj49@ho...> - 2004-07-29 23:51:59
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<P>Since you brought it up, I have one that would really save me a bunch of time:</P>
<P>I record vinyl LPs to put them on CD. I record the whole side and then split it into individual cuts so I end up with typically 6 or 7 separate tracks. I then have to export them one at a time to wav files. It sure would be cool to be able to just say export all tracks as wav files giving each one an indexed name, eg file1, file2, etc.</P>
<P>It would also be cool to have audacity split the cuts out for me as well but that's a bit more touchy-feely and probably lots harder to code.</P>
<P>But, I think Audacity is a down right audacious app! I love it. 8^)</P>
<P>>Here is a suggestion for an improvement to Audacity. When I sat down to </P></DIV>
<DIV></DIV>>think of improvements, it took me awhile because the product is so good
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From: Matt Brubeck <mbrubeck@cs...> - 2004-07-29 23:56:48
Mike Jewell wrote:
> It sure would be cool to be able to just say export all tracks as wav
> files giving each one an indexed name, eg file1, file2, etc.
This feature will be in Audacity 1.2.2.
We are planning to release a test version of Audacity 1.2.2 in less than
two weeks. I'll post more details later this weekend!
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