"Export Sound File" is indeed the command to use. It seems to me to be
documented pretty well if you hit the Help button in that dialog, but
there is also this from the FAQ:
"When I export a sound file, why is the speed change (or pitch change or
whatever) not applied?"
The idea about exporting modified sound files from Transcribe! is that
first you set up the modifications you want using the Fx (Audio Effects
and Controls) window, so that the file is playing in the same way that
you want to save it.
Then use the Export command and check the boxes for the effects you want
applied to the exported file.
So, if the speed change you applied is not appearing in the exported
file then it probably means you didn't check the "Speed" checkbox in the
Export dialog. On the other hand if the checkbox in the Export dialog is
disabled, this is because you didn't apply the effect in the first place
- cancel the Export command and use the Fx window to apply the effect
you want, then Export again.
As for sample rate, probably best to leave that the same as the
original, unless you have any particular reason for wanting a different
Andy Robinson, Seventh String Software, www.seventhstring.com
On 30/06/11 14:53, classiquepair wrote:
> I can't make heads or tails out of the instructions on how to save a slowed
down file with the software program, Transcribe. (Seventh String
I followed what little instruction I could find and the file saved at
speed. There is a step I'm missing (and can't find documentation on.)
> Does anybody know how to do this?
> Here's what I tried:
> File> Export Sound File
> saving it as a WAV file...
> I bet my solution lies in the "Sample Rate Options," though I can find documentation and am not a sound techie.