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Convert Audio Files


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Okay, I must be brain dead, but I can't remember how to convert audio files (currently mp3's) into aiff files and save them to folder on my hd.

 

The manual says:

 

1 At the left side of the Toast window, click Convert and choose Audio

Files.

2 Add audio files to the project by dragging and dropping them into the

Content Area from your hard disk or the Media Browser.

3 Add any audio effects of crossfade effects you like would applied to

your audio export.

4 Click the red Record button.

5 Choose one of the available conversion format.

 

Well, I can't find anything on the lrft side of the Toast window that says convert. I have selected all the tabs starting with data, audio, etc. There is nothing that indicates "convert".

 

I know its simple to do and I've done it before, but it escapes me at the moment. I thought that at one time there was a "+" sign that you clicked.

 

Thanks,

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That description is a little confusing. At the top left corner of the Toast window there are five icons. They are in this order from left to right: Data, Audio, Video, Copy, Convert. So the one on the right is the one you want even though it is near the left of the full window.

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That description is a little confusing. At the top left corner of the Toast window there are five icons. They are in this order from left to right: Data, Audio, Video, Copy, Convert. So the one on the right is the one you want even though it is near the left of the full window.

 

Worked perfectly.

 

Thanks so much.

 

Have a great day!

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