steve wrote:When you use Sound Finder, you can specify how much silence is included before and after the detected sound.
It is the "Label Starting Point" and "Label Ending Point" settings that do this.
If you wish to retain all of the silence between sounds, use the "Silence Finder" instead. This places "point labels" between sounds (in the silences) so that Export Multiple will export from one silent point up to the next silent point.
Robert42 wrote:...What I have been doing is to reload each track file and add 2 seconds of silence manually at the end...
PGA wrote:Robert42 wrote:...What I have been doing is to reload each track file and add 2 seconds of silence manually at the end...
If that is to give you the two second silence between tracks on a CD, your CD burning software may (should? will?) have a feature to turn that on or off at burn time.
Robert42 wrote:As for settings I have found default the best
steve wrote:Robert42 wrote:As for settings I have found default the best
If you change the "Label Starting Point" from 0.1 (default) to 1.1, then that will add an additional 1.0 seconds to the start of the label position. Similarly if you change the "Label Ending Point" from 0.1 to 1.1 that will add an additional 1.0 seconds to the end of the label.
Robert42 wrote:To be honest after working a few albums I think manual is quicker...
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