Monday, June 7, 2010

Using Audition to save sections of a long audio file into separate files

From Adobe's Shawn Deyell: "As anyone familiar with Audition already knows, its depth of features and functionality can sometimes be overwhelming. Because of this we often hear users explain how they stumble upon a time-saving feature they never realized had always been there in the application. One of these "hidden" features we hear of most often is the ability to batch export marker ranges as individual files.

This feature is most useful for splitting a long recording into several individual assets, but it can also be used to create unique copies of the sections of audio that are most important within any open audio file."

Click here to see how this works. This one works great for those extra long interviews - when the Attorney only wants little snippets for trial.


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