I have Windows 7 Home Premium, Service Pack 1, Audacity Version 2.0.2 installed from EXE Installer.
I recorded a whole Cassette Tape, installed labels for each track, used Multiple Export and chose Wav as the file type, the export seemed to run successfully. I play my recorded data in Audacity, but when I double click a song, Windows Media Player gives me an Error Message “C00D11B1”, if I move the songs to ITunes, it lists the songs and say “unavailable” next to each song. Don’t know what to do from here, please help. Still have Audacity Project File so I can download again.
It tells me it is a Wav File and should be opened by Windows Media Player. Windows Media Player works ok with all other Wav Files, just not the ones from Audacity. Could it have something to do with the Metadata, e.g. Song Labels I placed between the songs?
That shouldn’t be a problem. WMP should just ignore metadata in WAV files.
Could you make a short test file in Audacity, just 4 or 5 seconds, and see if WMP will open that, If it doesn’t please post it here so we can take a look.
You will need to export the WAV files again, but I’m wondering what went wrong the first time.
Check that you have sufficient disk space in the location that you are writing to.
Don’t export to an external drive.
Check the instructions here for splitting a track using Export Multiple: http://manual.audacityteam.org/o/man/splitting_a_recording_into_separate_tracks.html
Have another go at the export and feel free to ask if there is anything that you are unsure of.
Found the problem, the Mute Button was down, released the Mute Button and did and Multiple Export and it worked fine. Discovered Mute Button when I tried to do aan export as one WAV file, it gave me an error message saying the audio was muted, the same error message should come up on Multiple Export.
Thank You for your patience and time to solving my problem.