I have a long audio book file (mp3) of approx 7 hours that I wish to divide into smaller files that correspond to the book chapters. I have placed markers at the relevent points and changed all to range markers. However the start and end points shown are only 1 second in duration though the actual start/end points are between 30 70 min duration.
How do I export the timings as shown by the markers surely I don't have to set each and every out point manually? Do I also have to change each marker to range individually as well?
I'm obviously doing something wrong but cannot find out what yet.
It sounds like instead of merging the markers you just turned each one into a range on its own.
1. Add your single markers at all the relevant points in the file (include the very start and end of the file).
2. Open the Markers Panel and seelct all markers.
3. Choose to "Merge Selected Markers" (there is a button for this at the top of the Markers panel, or you can right click the selected markers).
This will merge all markers as you are expecting.
Now you can choose to export the audio within the marker rnages to individual files.
I hope that helps.
You are a genius, and you certainly did help.
I would never have thought about merging markers, I thought that would take everything back to just large chunk/file.
I did read all the help files I could find but never found the info that you made so clear.
I have long WAV files (voice scripts for curriculum) that have hundreds of markers, done and saved in Adobe Soundbooth CS4. In AUDITION, these markers are not automatically loaded with the wav file.
So I exported them (File>Export>Markers) in Soundbooth to a "Flash Cue Exchange File" XML.
Trying to IMPORT in Adobe Audition CS6, I get this error:
Error: The file is either corrupt or using an unsupported format
Is there another way??? Please help.
Is there anyway to use that same shortcut and specify that each range is the same length? For example, I want to take a bunch of segments from a .wav file and export exactly 36 frames for each segment.
Does that make sense?