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How To Make 90 Second Track


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Presuming this is not an iTunes music store track that has copy protection, follow these steps:

1. Place the iTunes track into an iTunes playlist

2. Open Toast and choose the Convert window. Select Audio Files as the format.

3. Choose iTunes with the top button of the Toast Media Browser, locate the playlist in the browser window and drag the drag from the browser to the Convert window.

4. Preview the track using the player at the bottom of the Toast window and note the time where you want the track to begin and end.

5. Click and hold on the time length of the track (below the "Length" heading. Choose Track Trim from the pop-up window that appears. Enter the start and end times you want and close the track trim window.

6. Click the red button and choose your export format.

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when I change the start and stop time and click the red button at the bottom, the save as box opens up and it asks where I assume it wants me to choose idisk then I am asked for a password for my idisk.mac.com which I hav no idea what it is talking about. I've tried every password I think it could be but don't remember any password for idisk. So I get stuck there.

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when I change the start and stop time and click the red button at the bottom, the save as box opens up and it asks where I assume it wants me to choose idisk then I am asked for a password for my idisk.mac.com which I hav no idea what it is talking about. I've tried every password I think it could be but don't remember any password for idisk. So I get stuck there.

I'm surprised it defaulted to iDisk but just click the button that says IDisk to get the drop down menu to select a different save location. By the way, you have to subscribe to MobileMe to have an iDisk account and that password is the one you create for your Mobile Me account. That's all set up in the System Preferences panel.

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Can't you do it in iTunes? If you go to get info on a track, one of the tabs (I'm not on my Mac so I can't tell you which - options?) has start and end time boxes where you can tell iTunes where you want the song to start and end. That might do it, although not sure if when you copy it'll truncate to the time you've specified. Give it a try, though.

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Can't you do it in iTunes? If you go to get info on a track, one of the tabs (I'm not on my Mac so I can't tell you which - options?) has start and end time boxes where you can tell iTunes where you want the song to start and end. That might do it, although not sure if when you copy it'll truncate to the time you've specified. Give it a try, though.

 

 

Thank you, I found it and will give it a try. Let you all know how it worked out.

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Thank you, I found it and will give it a try. Let you all know how it worked out.

 

my son puts posing music on a cd for his bodybuilding competition and we use to use nero (on a pc--ugh) and he could fade it out, but this will do in a pinch. Thanks again for the help, at least we learned some more about the great MAC.

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