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Posts: 1
Registered: 08.09.2009
08.09.09 13:46:02
Is there a way that I can save marked places as tracks so that when I burn an audio file to a CD it will move from track to track instead of being all one file? I've made multiple attempts at getting the program to do this but so far no success.
Posts: 1786
Registered: 22.01.2009
10.09.09 03:48:53
To: wilydove

This can be done in the new version of AVS Audio Editor.

First you need to set markers to mark the beginning and end of each track: set the cursor, right-click and choose Add Marker (scr.1).
When all the markers are added right-click and choose Split File by Markers (scr.2).
As a result, you will get multiple tracks in the Files window (unknown(1), unknown(2) etc).
After that save all the files as separate tracks (scr.3)

In order to burn these files onto a CD, use Create Audio CD option availbale in AVS Disc Creator.

Best regards
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Posts: 5
Registered: 02.11.2009
25.01.10 16:49:00
Is there a way to split a file into smaller pieces and have the resulting smaller file still be in the same format as the original file? Mine are changing from mp3 to pcm and then I have to change them back to mp3, seems kinda silly, not to mention a waste of time.
Posts: 1786
Registered: 22.01.2009
26.01.10 00:37:37
To: Cedar

After you split your file by markers in AVS Audio Editor, you need to click Save All > Save as... and then select output format (MP3) and the output path. There is no option to save to PCM when you work with audio files.

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