Fine that all has worked out so far.
You can use Export Multi" to create several files at once.
You're asked in the dialog if you want files based on tracks or labels.
Point labels are often fine for marking different songs. However, if
you want to exclude e.g. a gap between songs, Region labels are your
They are also important if you want to apply effects to individual songs.
Having said that, I prefer clips to labels.
1. No label track needed
2. you can press "Split" and the whole audio is divided, no need to
define start and end points at the same time.
3. There are shortcuts to select a whole clip, only a boundary point,
and not least, to join clips together again.
4. You can also use "Split new" with the rest of the track selected
and it is going to be in a new track.
Of course, you will still have to define labels if you want to export
separate songs but the shortcuts make it easy to go through the clips
and press "Control+B" or "Control+M".
On 15/06/2020, Larry Lumpkin <llumpkin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
No message here.
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Subject: [audacity4blind] Re: Why has Audacity started exporting huge MP3