I’ve got an mix with 45m25s, added 18 labels and exported them with “Export Multiple”, “Split Files based on labels”. It sounded not clean when I listen to them as one mix again. For a test, i merged the 18 tracks again and only got 45mh17s, 7 seconds were missing.
Is this a common problem? I use Win 10, 64 bit and Audacity 3.0.0.
Thanks in advance.
I can’t replicate this testing on W10 with 3.1.3
generate a 3 minute Chirp
Tools > Regular Interval Labels
18 labels with 20 seconds duration
Export Multiple based on labels
delete the original track an label track
Import all 18 files that were exported
Tracks > Align Tracks > Align End to End
Observe final track ends dead on the 3 minute mark
Note that I used point labels starting at T=0 and thus no audfio is excluded from the export multiple.
I suspect that you were using range labels with a small gap or gaps between some of the audio.
May 13, 2022, 12:12pm
Thank you very much for your test. But I, as you mentioned it, worked with ranged labels:
For the export i didn’t include audio before the first label.
May 19, 2022, 10:58pm
I made a new export with Audacity 3.1.3, 64bit, Win 10. Only made labels by range, no other Clips in the audio track:
An the labels aber seamless with the timecode:
But when I export multiple files, 7 seconds of the whole mix are missing, that’s about 0.5 second per label.
Does anyone has an explenation for that or an other way to export with no losses?
Thx a lot, I’m out of ideas.