Not sure where to post this but I’m having a similar problem. For the past six months, I record a sermon at church. I exit Audacity and always say Yes to save again or save. I then go to Windows Explorer and send the file to a thumb drive.
I take the drive home and insert it on my home computer (both machines are running the latest version of Audacity (3.3.3).
I bring up the sermon, edit it, and save a file_EDITED version of the edits, keeping the original audacity file intact.
I then go to File / Export / Export as MP3. This always works fine.
I had two sermons from this past sunday. One worked fine as norma. The second file came up with an error, “Audacity failed to read from a file in D:.”
I’ve tried several things including making a copy of the aup file and renaming it “test.aup” as well as making sure there were no characters in the filename that were not allowed.
Pretty frustrating. I have not yet gone back to the original computer and see if I could do something with it there. Since one of the files worked and the other didn’t, and I’ve been doing this for at least two sermons a week for six months, it’s weird that it’s anything else besides something with Audacity.
The laptop at church is running the latest patches to Windows 10 and I’m running the latest Windows patches to Windows 11 at home.
Given this has worked for six months and one of the two files worked from Sunday, it is just pretty weird. The AUP file plays the audio fine. No errors or problems.
Here is the debug code:
“value”: “Audacity failed to read from a file in .”,