Suddenly have this problem:
Loaded an mp3 file (I’ll call it 1.mp3) , changed the Tempo, and exported it with new name (1-slow.mp3). Looking at files using Krusader double pane file manager or the native File Manager, the only file in the directory is 1.mp3, the new one is not there. Close file, click “Open” in Audacity, the only file is 1.mp3.
Re-open 1.mp3, click on “Export”, and in the list of files is 1.mp3 & 1-slow.mp3. So, “Export” it again (1-new.mp3). Shows it exported. Close original file. Click “Open”. ONLY 1.mp3 is there. Load it. Click on “Export”, directory opens up and shows 1.mp3, 1-slow.mp3, & 1-new.mp3 as existing in the directory.
Using Krusader double pane file manager or the native File Manager, the only file in the directory is 1.mp3. But, every time I load and attempt to “Export” that file, Audacity shows that the previously exported files are in the directory. Up to 9 of them so far! BUT, they are not there!!
The original file was sent to me and was saved on Apple iTunes. Perhaps this is the problem? Thinking that might be the case, I tried saving it in the .aiff format that it wanted to be in. Nope, still not there. But shows up as being there when I try to export again.
So, opened another directory and tried other .mp3 files in Audacity, some of which I created on this Linux box. Nope…
Audacity is not saving files. ??? Kinda defeats the purpose of having the program!! All else seems to work just fine…
Running Xubuntu 14.04 LTS 64bit, Audacity 2.1.2