ebisumartin wrote:so I think there's a good chance Audacity auto saved most of it.
ebisumartin wrote:There were two audio tracks, each was mono.
I see in the project directory there are 7 directories, each containing about 256 items each. Are you saying it's possible I might be able to append them and reconstruct an audio track? I could, with some help, possibly create a batch script to do that.
It's hard to tell just by looking at them, but they seem to have a numbering system to them. Can I rely on them being sequentially numbered so that I could write a batch script that appends them one after the other by alphanumeric order of their name?
They all have the file extension "au". Can I create one big "au" file out of all of them and then just open that in Audacity? Is "au" an audio format, like MP3 or WAV, or does it require special handling?
ebisumartin wrote: Are you saying it's possible I might be able to append them and reconstruct an audio track?
ebisumartin wrote:Can I rely on them being sequentially numbered
ebisumartin wrote:Is "au" an audio format,
ebisumartin wrote:or does it require special handling?
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