MAC OS: 10.14.5
Hi all! I’m new to Audacity, yet finding a seemingly basic and simple audio editor feature to be missing. I’m hoping I’m wrong
I want to:
Place multiple markers (“labels”) within an audio file.
Save that audio file as a WAV or OGG with those markers intact as metadata.
When someone opens that file later in another audio editor, say . . . Adobe Audition, Twisted Wave, etc. they will see the markers (labels) I placed in the audio timeline.
From what I can tell, Audacity only offers these two options:
- You can place labels but the audio file is divided into region segments upon export. (I want to keep the audio file intact as one file)
- You can keep the audiofile intact but you have to save the marker/label data as an external .txt file.
Is this correct, or is there a way to do what I need to do?